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Breakfast Club/Manager Job
Dream Big Kidz currently have a vacanacy for the above post. If you are interested please contact Winnie on 07908 199 573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recruiting Now! Playworker -Do you want to make a real and lasting difference to the lives of chidlren and young people and the community?
£9.75 per hour
2-8 sessional hours per week
Deadline 2nd May 2017 Interview 4th May
ECYPS HALF TERM
Teenscheme is back next week for young people aged 11-17 years old. We have 2 days fun filled activities on Thursday 16th and 17th February at Alan Pullinger Youth Centre. No need for booking just come along and join in. Activities are Free and sessions are from 10am-3.00pm. Activities include carnival mask makeing, mini pizza, games and sports. For more information email:email@example.com or text 07449908127.
Shpresa celebrates International Women's Day
Breakfast @Rumi Mosque
ECYPS have been awarded a Silver Level London Youth Quality Mark, a quality assurance scheme, a programme accredited by City and Guilds.
The community programme in February includes the following:
Conversational English sessions, Enterprise Support, coffee mornings, advice sessions and Councillor surgery every first Thursday of the month. For more details contact Countact Bountagu on 020 8292 5626.
Freedom E-Free to dream, free to enterprise
Are you 11-16 years old? Want to develop your leadership skills, employability skills, creative skills and creative skills.
Bountagu's new initiative takes place @The Bountagu Hub for people who live in the local area.
Contact 0208 292 5626
STAYING SAFE AWARDS-Community Help Point Scheme
We are delighted to announce that CHPS was awarded Children & Young People's Award 2008
Established in 2007, a pioneering scheme initiated by Claire Whetstone-Director of ECYPS, teamed up with Disabled Children's Joint Services, The Police Youth & Partnership Team, Local Safeguarding Board and Children's Fund. The CHPS scheme provides safe havens for vulnerable young people in Enfield. The aim of the scheme is to support young people in raising their awareness of personal safety issues, to facilitate the safe travel of young people with diverse support needs. If you are a young person out and about in Enfield and in need of assistant then help is at hand.......look out for the distinctive blue and white sticker in shops, libraries, businesses etc. For a full list of locations contact Shafiqul. If you are a local business and would like to take part contact Shafiqul for an information pack.
For more information regarding the CHPS scheme contact
Claire Whetstone on 020 8373 2711.