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SYA has temporarily moved out of our demountable building on Upton Lane whilst it is demolished and our exciting new youth centre is built.
Youth Clubs & Groups
To get the most out of youth clubs and groups the most important first step is to find the right youth place for you.
SYA provides access to over 100 groups throughout Shropshire, and we can help you find the perfect place for you.Find Out More
We offer many projects which provide a variety of educational and fun experiences for our young people. While the projects may change from time to time, the outcome remains the same – young people learning valuable life skills while having a great time.
Some of our most popular projects include:
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The mainstream school system doesn’t work for everyone, which is why we provide an alternative curriculum. We offer personalised, beneficial activities like practical work experience, nearby outings and annual projects – all of which are tailored to individual interests and group needs – to provide our young people with exciting opportunities, lifelong memories and the necessary skills for later life.Find Out More
It is important to us to offer a range of opportunities to both young people and those giving their time to youth clubs to learn and progress. We run lots of workshops and courses and certifications – from nationally-recognised youthwork qualifications to first aid, and drugs and alcohol awareness training.Find Out More
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SYA aims to reach out to young people wherever they live within the geographical county of Shropshire.
At the heart of youth work is the relationship which develops between the youth worker and young person.
Over 100 young people attended our celebration event at the Cavalier centre on 11th June. Trying out new things and enjoying a hog roast, served by Shropshire Scouts who are representing the county in South Korea next year.
SYA works with young people in a voluntary partnership to create a safe and positive learning environment.
Young people are empowered to gain skills, knowledge and understanding which enable them to develop their own potential.
SYA aims to promote diversity, challenge oppression and address issues that relate to culture, race, language, sexuality, gender, disability, age, religion and class.
SYA continually adapts its curriculum to respond to the changing needs and interests of young people.
Our Young Health Champions from Newport Girls Highschool in Action. Providing activities in a local residential care setting
A life saving defibrillator being donated to us by Hartshorne Group. The defibrillator can be used to restart a person's heart in an emergency and it will be available to the community within the immediate area, which includes a Scouts facility and a BMX park
NOTICES & NEWS
SYA's Easter HAFF programme is now taking bookings
During the Easter holidays, the HAF Programme will be running in the Shrewsbury, Wem and Market Drayton areas. The HAF programme offers free places for Holiday Provision for children in receipt of free school meals. For more information about what is available in your local area contact:
Kerry on 07710 095802 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This opportunity is provided as part of the Governments Holliday Activities and Food (HAF) programme being delivered accross Shropshire during 2021 to 2024. Funded by the department for education. To find out more visit www.shropshire.gov.uk/haf
SYA's Celebration event, a great success
Over 150 young people and leaders from our clubs converged on “The Cavalier Centre” for an afternoon of activities and The Lord Lieutenant gave out qualifications to volunteers, staff and young people, recognising their achievements
Wem Youth Club
During Covid the club initiated a fantastic project with “Shropshire Wildlife Trust” on Meres and Moss’s
HHAH (Happy Healthy Active Holidays)
This year we have delivered HHAH for Telford & Wrekin Council which has provided us with the opportunity to provide holiday activities and food in Brookside, Telford