Programmes in the Community

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Early Intervention for children aged 6-11 & 12-16

Changing Lives in Harlow programme will consist of 2 sessions. 2 times a week.

3pm-6pm will target primary children and secondary students (ages 6 -16)

• 2-hour sporting activities or music/drama workshops;

• 1 hour mentoring and behavioural workshops provided by Essex Police and the NHS

1 hour sessions every week providing emergency first aid training. (Child will receive certificate on completion).

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dance for the community

Dance was created to get both boys and girls active. It was to get the whole community together from all backgrounds. We received funding through Harlow Council Civic Pride and was able to offer 5 free 1 hour sessions run by Hip Hop Dance. We had over 25 children attend and was a huge success.

We have now decided that we would like to continue this every Tuesday and Thursday at 5pm-6pm for only £3.00 per session.

For ages 6-16 and parents are also welcome to get involved!

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schools mentoring programmes

We have just recently started working at Mark Hall Academy helping to motivate and promote confidence within the students at Mark Hall. We support students with behavioural needs providing and promoting key values we also offer job opportunities and pathways for a positive future, providing intense workshops, 1-1 sessions and practical lessons. During this we will work closely with Mental Health workers, Essex Police and NHS Harlow supporting and engaging with the students