Kids Club Tots is a 'Stay and Play' session for parents and pre-school children. It is organised, set up and led by trained adult volunteers. It runs each Wednesday & Thursday (term-time only) from 10-11:30am in the Enact Youth Centre.
We have free play/craft, snack time, craft activity and finishes with a circle time, where children are welcomed by name and sing together.
Kids Club Infants is for children aged 4-7 meeting every Thursday (term-time only) in the Enact Youth Centre. This voluntary play session teaches a curriculum around national themes, cultural events and festivals. We use play, cooking, arts, craft, construction and games as structured play opportunities for informal learning.
We teach positive behaviour values that support children to learn social and life skills, and are inspired to think about health, education and future choices.
Kids Club is for children aged 7-11 meeting every Thursday (term-time only) between 4:30-6pm in the Enact Youth Centre. The voluntary session has a planned curriculum planned around national themes, cultural events and festivals.
We use play, cooking, arts, craft, construction and games as 'structured play opportunities and informal learning. We teach positive behaviour values and children learn social and life skills, and are inspired to think about their health, education and future.
Enact Volunteers is where members of the community (aged 10+) can volunteer their time and expertise to support the work of Enact. Currently over 40 people collectively volunteer nearly 200 hours per month to support our staff team to run sessions.
In addition, we run regular training events and a weekly Youth Volunteer Development session to ensure that our volunteers are learning and growing!
Enact Youth is for our 10-19 year olds. Every week, we hold four open-access sessions tailored to build social and life skills, developing positive relationships and having fun! Our qualified and experienced staff team focus on building deep relationships that are able to impact and affect change. We often see young people grow in confidence, positively express aspiration and reflect on their development through this provision.