The Build Our Futures for Children & Young People’s Summit takes place on 11 May and WE NEED YOU to go along and have your say. Wakefield Council wants to consult with as many young people as possible to find out what issues are affecting them in the area so that the Children & Young […]
We’ve had the best summer, with the best young people, on this year’s SEND summer play schemes. We’ve visited many local parks and attractions from Temple Newsam to The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Graves Park in Sheffield and Greenhead Park in Huddersfield. Our days out always start with a picnic lunch and thankfully the weather has […]
Volunteering is a great way to get involved in exciting and rewarding projects, whilst also providing a helping hand to people in Wakefield. To search for volunteering opportunities in your area visit www.volunteerwakefield.org
Wakefield College are looking at running the ABC Level 2 Award/Certificate in Youth Work Practice. This course is a perfect step for anyone who is interested in working with young people in any capacity. Even if you have been volunteering or working with young people for some time it would be great to have a certificate and it looks […]
If you live in Wakefield please complete this short survey to help the Public Health Team understand more about how you access sexual health services and how you would like to access #sexualhealth information and advice. Click on the link to complete the survey – they would love to hear from you . https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5J3CPHF
Our first Build Our Future’s forum – what a great turnout! Lots discussed already and looking forward to working on some of the issues raised at the Build Our Futures summit. These young people will be joining different sub-groups, such as health, police, WDH, schools, plus many more to discuss fundamental decisions which will impact […]
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If you are wanting to see some highlights from the Build Our Futures Summit on Saturday then head over to Wakefield Council’s Twitter.