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Young Manchester – Positive Engagement Programme

Young Manchester are pleased to announce a new fund for the city – the Positive Engagement Programme. To ensure that the city’s children and young people are able to grow up safe, happy, healthy and successful, they need to feel that they are part of safe places and communities. Young Manchester have teamed up with […]

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Manchester Youth Market Programme

Are you aged 16-30 and live or study in Manchester? Are you interested in being your own boss or are you already running a business but new to trading to the public? If yes the Manchester Youth Market could be for you. Starting your own business can be challenging. You’ve got a business idea but […]

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Young Manchester Holiday Playscheme Fund 2018-19

Young Manchester is passionate about giving children and young people the opportunity to play. Open access playschemes are a fantastic way for children to make new friends, stay active and learn through doing over the school holidays. Playschemes offer supervised play for children aged 5 – 14, during school holidays for two to three hours, […]

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R.I.S.E. (Raising Individuals Self Esteem) project

Youth Eelements are looking to work in partnership with youth organisations and deliver their R.I.S.E programme. Youth Elements are looking to deliver their fully funded R.I.S.E. (Raising Individuals Self Esteem) project over the August summer holidays and are looking to work with a variety of organisations who work with both junior and senior age groups. […]

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All Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Affairs Inquiry into Youth Work

The National Youth Agency (NYA) is delighted to support the All Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Affairs (APPG) to lead a full national inquiry into youth work. The APPG Members of Parliament are inviting organisations from across England to submit evidence to the inquiry team, led by the NYA, to inform the analysis and findings […]

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Early Help survey

Manchester’s Early Help Strategy is being refreshed in 2018. Children’s Services are wanting to find out what’s working well, how partnership between public services and voluntary sector can work better together and how we can improve outcomes for children, young people and families in the city. This is a very simple survey with 10 questions. […]

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Manchester Safeguarding Boards e-Bulletin Eighth edition – 1 May 2018

The Manchester Safeguarding Boards (MSB) comprises the Manchester Safeguarding Adults Board (MSAB) and the Manchester Safeguarding Children Boards (MSCB). The Boards share an Independent Chair, Julia Stephens-Row; and are supported by the MSB Business Unit. This bulletin includes news, events, training opportunities and links to information and resources which we hope will be of use […]

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Work Experience for Xaverian College Students

Students will leave Xaverian College with the academic skills needed to pursue their chosen career. However it is the practical, hands-on skills that can only be learnt on the job that the students seek, in order to help them to excel. Could you offer a student some relevant and constructive work experience? Xaverian College has […]

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Mentoring: The Next Creative Generation

Artswork are pleased to announce their popular ‘Mentoring the next Creative Generation’ one day training course is coming to HOME, Manchester on the Thursday 12 June 2018, 10am-4.15pm. This course is ideal for heritage, arts and cultural professionals that are looking for tools to encourage growth and development in young people. Mentoring young creatives (both […]

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Invitation to input into helping schools have a clear idea of emotional health offer available to them

Manchester Healthy Schools, Manchester Mind and Newall Green High School are working collaboratively on a resilience project, commissioned as part of the CAMHS Transformation agenda. They have become aware of the many different offers/initiatives/pilots that are happening across the City and at GM level. This has become quite confusing for everyone and especially for schools. […]

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