Ocean Youth Connexions

Ocean Youth Connexions

Charity information

Ocean Youth Connexions

We currently are providing activities are two different centres.
At Centre one we deliver two evening youth club sessions one taekwondo club and one afterschool junior club.
At Centre two we are delivering three youth club sessions, three football training sessions and a study support session.
sessions.

Founded 2001

  • Mission statement

    Our aim is to work with young people aged 8-19 and young adults upto 25 if they have
    Special Educational Needs. We aim to facilitate their personal, social and educational
    development, and enable them to gain a voice, influence and place in society in a period
    of their transition from adolescence to independence.
    We do this by creating an open door policy, promote equality and inclusion, and engage
    young people to participate in informal, social, positive activities. We build rapport and
    relationships, provide life experiences, empower young people, give opportunities for
    young people to be heard and help them to achieve more by giving them life
    experiences. We allow young people to address their needs and issues through
    consultations, discussions and debate allowing them to grow and have an influence in
    society.

  • Aims

    Ocean Youth Connexions aims to:

    • To Engage young people in positive activities that will assist them through their transition from adolescence to independence by giving them life experiences and opportunities of learning.
    • To provide a safe, secure and welcoming place where everyone is treated equally regardless of their background, abilities and sexuality.
  • Overview

    Established: September 2001

    Registered Charity Number: 1129378

    Board members: 9

    Part time staff: 8

    Volunteers: 2

    Phone number: 07956907379

    Address: Stepney City Farm, Stepney Way E1 3DG

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  • Taekwondo Sport

    To provide a free Taekwondo Sport activity to tackle young peoples Physical health, develo... More