Information about local organisations, groups and agencies providing services for children and young people.
Find your local Youth and Community centres in Warwickshire.
We are children and young people aged between 12 and 23 who are placed with foster carers or in supported lodgings.
We aim to bring about positive change in the experiences of looked after young people and care leavers.
Joining the library is free and children can join at any age. A parent or guardian must give signed permission for under 16s.
Information on the various colleges located within Warwickshire.
This award scheme is an individual programme of practical, cultural and adventurous activities, that will challenge you and get you involved in exciting and interesting activities in your spare time. You just need to be aged between 14 and 24, and be ready for a challenge.
Our aims are to reduce school exclusions; reduce the number of young people going into care; reduce youth crime and offending; reduce unauthorised absences, particularly amongst 10-13 year-olds.
The number of children killed or seriously injured in road accidents has reduced significantly; the 69% reduction since 2002 is better than the national average.
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If you currently receive transport assistance to a school sixth from or college, and you will be starting your second or third year in September 2010, you can still apply for subsidised travel.
If you would like to apply for help with transport assistance you must meet the following criteria and then complete an application form.
Satisfy the following eligibility criteria to apply for transport help.
If you meet the eligibility criteria and would like to apply for transport assistance on medical grounds, please complete an application form.
If, after entitled students have been accommodated, spare places still exist on contract vehicles, these may be offered to students not eligible for free Home to School Transport.
Warwickshire voice for youth – VOX and Youth Parliament
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Warwickshire Voice for Youth aims to provide young people with the platform to bring their views and experiences to the fore and to support with opportunities to make a difference both to their local region and nationally.
Programmes, education and awareness for young people.
Bullying can happen to anyone. All of us, no matter how brave or how old, can feel hurt by the way people treat us. If you are being bullied, you might think that if you tell, it will get worse, or that other people won’t like you.
We can help if a young person meets the following criteria; are in care or on the edge of care, or who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) or at risk of this.
Targeted Support for Young People (TS4YP) take referrals from partner agencies, schools and young people themselves for young people who need individual support either through One to One or group work.
TS4YP also encourage and support young people to and “have a say” in decision making which impact on their lives through Members of Youth Parliament and VOX – The Warwickshire Youth Council.
We want to know how you feel about the services you receive from us. That way we know when we are getting things right or when we are not. We want to work with you to help put things right and make sure the same problems don’t happen for anyone else.