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Online Youth Work

Just because our youth clubs are closed doesn’t mean that we can’t still enjoy activities, game nights (or days), and conversations around the things that matter to you. We might not be able to meet in person (even though we’d love to) but thanks to the internet we can still talk and see each other no matter where we are. We will be doing weekly Zoom sessions to replace our usual programmes. Get all of the details by hitting the button below:

Learning Resources

Even with schools closed there are still lots of educational resources and ways to learn online. As a first point of contact be sure to get in touch with your school/educational establishment to establish how, and/or if they will be providing online classes. To help out we’ve set up an online page with links to learning materials + educational websites and games. Whether you’re a parent looking for some extra material for your child, or a young person in need of some additional resources to stay up to date with your studies, click below to find something to suit your needs:

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Staying Connected

Struggling to stay connected?

We’ve provided resources to stay in touch with your friends, family and loved ones throughout this trying time. We understand that not being able to meet face to face with people can be difficult but there are lots of resources nowadays to helps us get as close to the real thing as possible.

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Staying Active

Are you staying fit?

With us having limited time outside it’s more important now than ever to make sure that we’re staying healthy and keeping active. There are lots of ways that we can keep ourselves physically moving even if we’re having to stay isolated. We’ve put together some of our favourite home workouts, plus a few tips and tricks to make sure that you’re still working those muscles and getting those steps in while stuck inside.

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NHS Advice

Mental Health

Taking care of our mental health is vital now more than ever. Struggling with anxiety as a result of the current virus? Worried that you might have depression? Just feeling stressed? Here are some organisations that you can get in touch with if you’re struggling mentally. You don’t need to suffer alone:

Young Minds
Every Mind Matters


  • Wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds
  • Use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze
  • Put used tissues in the bin immediately and wash your hands afterwards

We know this is a stressful situation but the best thing you can do until the situation resolves itself is to stay calm, and follow government advice so as to best protect yourself, and everybody else in your community

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