Youth Activities and Educational Services

 

The Refugee Council Children's
Section runs eChildren's Section Drawingducational classes and social activities for separated children. 

Young people can attend the Children's Section in Croydon every week day from 9.30am - 5pm to meet friends, play games and take part in the activities taking place.  They can also attend the Social Evening every Monday and Wednesday from 4pm - 7pm.  Spaces are limited so please contact the Youth Activities Coordinator, Joe Jakes, more more information.

Email:  joe.jakes@refugeecouncil.org.uk or phone 020 73461181

See examples of work produced by young people through Children's Section Youth Activities.

Youth Activities Project 2014

Boy on residential

In 2014 there have been three residential trips to Kent and Somerset, a trip to Brighton and to the Olympic Park in Stratford.  There have also been trips to museums, sports centres, parks, the cinema and other activities.  The young people come from many different countries and cultures and find the activities a great way to make friends and discover new skills, gain in confidence and settle down into living in the UK.

The Refugee Cricket Project

Many young people have also taken part in the Refugee Cricket Project, benefiting from weekly coaching, matches and a summer tour to Devon.  More information about the project will be available here shortly.