Rising Stars Program
Providing a platform of opportunities for young people and empowering the RISING STARS of tomorrow! We would like to deliver a project with exciting and inspirational activities to propel the ambition, learning and personal aspirations for a group of young people.
February 2017 - August 2017
South Central Youth Limited
We specialize in working with 'at risk' young people who often experience the negative consequences of living in deprived areas where poverty and crime are high. These adverse circumstances can bring difficult experiences whereby some young people become disempowered with low attainment levels, lack of opportunities and negative peer groups.
The program is designed to be inclusive and empower young people to develop their self value and self worth. The activities will enable young people to feel a new sense of pride, hope for the future, increase their self believe, to build confidence and explore a new experience that will expand their horizons and propel them forward facilitating change & growth. Helping young people to develop their self identity and believe in their abilities to establish goals for their future.
To help 28 young people develop build confidence, self worth and self esteem
Activities» 1 Polo Experience Day including training and horse therapy.
» 1 Motocross experience with mechanics training, and a careers talk
» Outdoor residential experience
» Ongoing counselling and mentoring for 6 months
The young people will report feeling more confident and experience achieving more with their potential.
28 youths to develop transferable skills, a new sense of identity & purpose
Activities» Jacobs Ladder
» Climbing Tower
» Pioneering Challenge
Young people will be empowered to set positive goals and start taking steps towards them. Young people will verbalise they feel an improved sense of purpose and identity.
In the long term SCY would like to facilitate these young people to achieve more with their potential. To become Rising Stars! This will be evident through their decisions, social commitment and their personal goal achievements. Holistically this will positively impact the cycles of deprivation in the communities where they reside impacting social cohesion.
Ensuring that we have the best staff, experienced and qualified to deliver, form, storm and norm the group to organically facilitate the growth and change of the young people.
We can send the donors pictures of the activities and we will issue a quarterly newsletter
Budget - Project Cost: £8,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £2,000 Polo To take 2 groups of 14 young people on a Polo experience day to undertake equine assisted therapy £2,000 Motorcross to take 2 groups of 14 young people on a motorcross experience day, to do mechanics and careers talk £4,000 Residential to take 2 groups of 14 young people to an outdoor education centre
The 2015 Multiple Deprivation Index places Lambeth as the 8th most deprived borough in London and the the Coldharbour Ward being the most deprived ward with half of its Lower Super Output Areas in the 10% most deprived and most keenly in relation to children under the age of 15 living in income deprived families. (Source: State of the Borough 2016). 55% of the population are white and 44.1% are BAME backgrounds.
young people living in this community aged 12-25 years, primarily from BME backgrounds and a high proportion with behavioural and special needs.
We have been delivering services within this community for 11 years and have a gained strong connections within the borough and trust within the community.
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