Youth Night

Youth Club, specifically for those aged 9-19 years old, runs two nights a week and offers young people from all over the city a chance to participate in a wide range of activities.

Young people experience a warm and safe environment where they can meet with their friends, make new ones and explore their individuality through activities such as arts and crafts, sport, and drama.

Interested?

Youth Club runs every Tuesday, Wednesday from 6pm -8pm.

Along with the fantastic activities and sessions we run we also engage with seniors by providing informal, monthly educational sessions too.

Each session costs just £1.
You will need to become a member, which but it doesn’t cost anything to join. To join you can complete the form when you come to the Club.

Youth Club is about having “Somewhere to go, Something to do, and Someone to talk to”.

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North Liverpool Award Centre

The North Liverpool Award Centre, based on City Road, Walton is home to the Negotiated Education Programme, An Alternative Education Provision for young people aged 13-16 years old.

The Negotiated Education Programme (NEP) as a wide range of staff with a diverse expertise within youth work and education.

All of our staff have undergone training in safeguarding young people and adults, general disability awareness, ASD, ADHD and child protection awareness. Staff members have been trained in delivering ASDAN and Open Awards qualifications

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Community Work

Walton Youth Project works with the community at a grass roots level, making contact with over 2500 members of the community each year, both in the centre and on the streets of the community.

Our Community Cafe, based in the Streetclub, at Alsop School provides a warm, friendly environment for members of the community to access low cost meals, meet other people, enjoy and have fun. We invite professionals and organisations to hold talks regarding issues pertinent to members.

Our Detached Youth Workers meet young people and member of the community offer street based youth work provision

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"Detached youth work is a model of youth work practice, targeted at vulnerable young people, which takes place on young people’s own territory such as streets, cafes, parks and pubs at times that are appropriate to them and on their terms. It begins from where young people are in terms of their values, attitudes, issues and ambitions and is concerned with their personal and social development. It is characterised by purposeful interaction between youth workers and young people and utilises a range of youth and community work methods". The Princes Trust

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Walton Youth Project Mission is  to:

Promote education and personal development of children, young people and families. To achieve their full potential as individuals and members of society and their conditions of life are improved in body, mind and spirit.

WALTON YOUTH PROJECT aims to engage with children, Young People, families and the wider community to:

  • To ESTABLISH, MAINTAIN & DEVELOP meaningful relationships
  • To Develop & increase OPPORTUNITIES, ASPIRATIONS, & ATTAINMENT
  • To provide an INCLUSIVE service free from prejudice & discrimination
  • To ENABLE active community PARTICIPATION to shape the service we offer
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Contact us on 0151 521 2839 for further information