Activities Age 11-18
With financial support from Blackpool Council and Simon Sadler’s Segantii Capital Management, we will be opening up the doors to Bloomfield Road and operating Warm-Up Hubs to provide families and those socially isolated and vulnerable with a place to keep warm, socialise and have access to free WiFi, coffee, biscuits and hot food.
During the school holidays we deliver multi sports, football and inclusion camps that provide a fun, friendly and secure environment. Children can socialise and participate in sports and other activities.
The Department for Education fund our Holiday Activities and Food offer which takes a targeted approach to support children in Blackpool who receive free school meals.
Our Traineeship programme is to support young people 16 – 24 years of age, who are not in education, employment or training ( NEET)
Providing full time education for Year 10 and 11 students who require an alternative to mainstream education.
The High School Hub programme is made up of three core programmes which are highlighted below. They provide further support to pupils in Blackpool schools alongside their academic pathways.
We deliver disability specific lunch and after school physical activity sessions that are tailored for each school and pupils needs. We use multi skills activities, interactive games, additional sports and arts and crafts.
Diversionary fun activities for young people to meet new friends and stay active. These activities include Football, Dance, Boxing, gaming, workshops, national competitions with other football clubs.
Free football sessions that take place every week at locations across Blackpool which uses, football to support positive mental health through physical activity and creating stronger peer-support networks.
Project ADDER (Addiction, Diversion, Disruption, Enforcement, Recovery) is a three-year pilot funded by the Home Office and managed by Public Health Blackpool.
Since 2013, we have had over 600 students exceed their potential. Our students not only achieve outstanding grades but secure the best progression into Higher Education and employment.
DIVERT Youth is a preventative programme aimed at 10–17-year-olds who are at risk of entering the Criminal Justice System. Young people are assigned a one-to-one Mentor with whom they co-produce a personal development plan, which outlines goals they want to achieve.