Learning with peers, joining group workshops and engaging in social activities helps young people to make friends, reduce their sense of isolation, and feel supported and hopeful for the future.
Education classes bring stability and structure to the children’s lives as well as help them learn about life in the UK. We provide English as a Second Language and maths classes to improve their skills and confidence as they wait for places in mainstream education.
With the help of some amazing volunteers, we also run weekly creative workshops. These include sessions where children play musical instruments and sing together, hone their artistic skills and try their hands at drama.
325children attend our English and Maths classes in 2018
378children took part in our wide range of supportive activities
Activity highlight: Girls Group
Support our work
You can help young people rebuild their lives by making a donation or volunteering on one of our projects.
If you work with unaccompanied refugee children and would like to make a referral to the Youth Development Project, find out more and get in touch using the details below.
Youth Development Project
Christopher Wren Yard
115 High Street