We like to keep our website upto date with new and important information. New/updated pages this week are… Over the next couple of weeks schools in the Wakefield district will be voting in the Make Your Mark Ballot. CLICK HERE for more information.
Make Your Mark Results for Wakefield Thank you to everyone in the local schools who voted in the Make Your Mark Ballot. 978,216 11-18 year olds across the UK helped to decide what the UK Youth Parliament will debate in the House of Commons on 11 November 2016. Make Your Mark is a unique annual […]
Let’s ensure thousands of young people have their say. Make Your Mark gives a unique opportunity to reach out to young people who go on to be opinion formers and leaders of the future. Last year a total of 978,216 young people from every corner of the country took part in the annual Make Your […]
At the UKYP meeting 24/5/16 discussions were as follows:- • Sughra chased Gavin to give dates for meetings on a Friday with the MP Yvette Cooper re “Don’t Hate Educate” campaign. Awaiting to hear back. • Tahera to collect everyone’s phone and mobile numbers in case she needs to contact us. • Everyone to post […]
Young people have been preparing a PowerPoint presentation for the launch of the Young People’s Safeguarding Charter which will be presented tonight at The Hepworth, Wakefield. Well done for all the hard work you have put in UKYP Members and good luck! We will post photos from tonight but in the meantime here’s a selection of pictures […]
Post by Abi and Daniel • Looked at the Youth voice Skills wheel. This is a tool to measure young people’s journey (everyone to update weekly and score themselves) • How to record any progress made with our campaigns and any meetings we attend • Agreed breaks during meetings and clarified the work split, meeting […]
Post by Abi Tandy UKYP member for Wakefield West. At tonight’s UKYP meeting we discussed the following:- • All of our individual manifestos. • The skill wheel. • Promotional events to promote youth (e.g. walk around Wakefield)- dates and plans. • The future creation of a youth parliament newsletter. • The EU referendum-pros and cons-PowerPoint. • […]
The Children in Care Council (CICC) currently meet monthly at Crofton Young People’s Centre. They are at the moment undertaking a consultation with all young people aged 7 -21 who are in care on issues to improve things for them. Some of the things discussed last night …..
Agbrigg Youth Club members have got stars in their eyes. Do you think we have the ‘X’ factor or be the next Britain’s Got Talent lol We loved our visit to The Hut, Catleford where we had a chance to use the music studio. Agbigg Youth Group Music Studio visit hut Feb 2016
The newly elected members for the Wakefield UK Youth Parliament met for their first meeting last night and it was files, folders and papers everywhere!! Great to see you all. Lots of exciting things to come so watch this space…