Be Safe Digital create digital workshops addressing important social issues. Our workshops are aimed at 11-19 year olds of all abilities and backgrounds. We use Augmented Reality software to engage young people in a way that they can relate to. This allows them to scan and learn directly from their mobile phones or our provided tablets. By using this technology users can take in a significantly higher amount of information vs using traditional teaching methods.
Our Workshops cover a range of issues including mental health and digital safety. We will also be expanding our pool of workshops to cover knife crime, drugs and alcohol, healthy living and exploring British values.
Our team of developers are also available to work on bespoke projects for other organisations. Contact us to find out more.
Street based and centre based youth provision
Street based or Detached youth work, is about working with young people on the street and dealing with issues that directly affect them. All of our staff are fully qualified youth workers and have vast experience working with young people via detached youth work.
Located in the heart of Braunstone – We offer a variety of services for young people in and around the area including; sexual health services, help with housing, drug and alcohol awareness, as well as a place to just talk and enjoy a game of pool.
Eyres Monsell Young Carers meets alternate Tuesday evenings. The group is for young carers aged 12-18, enabling them to meet with other young people and to gain a respite from their caring responsibilities. The group is referral only.
Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Hinckley Young Carers Group, meets alternate Wednesday evenings. The group is for young carers aged 12-18, enabling them to meet others and gain a respite from their caring responsibilities. The group is referral only, so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Young Leicestershire is currently working in partnership with the St Philip’s Centre as part of the Prevent Agenda. Our team of experienced youth workers are working within the local community, to develop resilience to extremism and to encourage the young people they engage with, to have the strength to challenge and resist all forms of extremism, should it arise.
This street-based youth work, operates without the use of a centre and takes place where young people are – geographically and developmentally.
Countesthorpe has two detached youth workers, Oli and Emma that work in and around the area, engaging with the young people in the spaces they are gathering, and engaging them in positive activities. This project is funded and supported in partnership with Countesthorpe Parish Council.
The City Mayor of Leicester and the Home Office agreed that Leicester’s Prevent work will be led by St Philip’s Centre working in partnership with agencies and groups including the Federation of Muslim Organisations (FMO). The post of Prevent Coordinator is located here.
The St Philip’s Centre approach to Prevent is to empower local communities to develop resilience to extremism and have the strength to challenge all forms of extremism when it does arise. The council and the police – as with other statutory organisations – will continue to work together in partnership with the Prevent Coordinator, to deliver Prevent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
Thursday 6.00 – 8.00 (8+)
Providing, games, advice and activities for young people, aged 8 to 19
This project is funded and supported in partnership with Stoney Stanton Parish Council.
Tue 5.45 – 7:30
Fri 5.45 – 8.00
This group offers a warm, safe environment for young people to, make new friends, try out new activities and learn new skills. It currently runs groups for ages, 8 to 19 years.
There is a small fee of £2.00 to attend and a tuck shop is available for food and sweets.
Thur 7.00 – 9.30
Fri 6.45 – 9.15
We aim to provide opportunities for its members to realise their full potential, providing opportunities for physical, creative and social activities, which are educational with a fun element.
A management committee is responsible for the club and club leaders operate within the framework of the disciplines and policies of the local unitary authorities.
Wed 4.30-6.30 (8+)
Fridays 5.00-7.00 Inclusion for those with SEND aged 13+
This group is for those with moderate learning difficulties and disabilities (Sorry, we cannot do personal care).
If you are interested in this group for a young person you care for or know of, please email: email@example.com for more details as this group is referral only – however, parents can self-refer.
RISE is a group for young adults aged 18-25, with additional needs who are making the transition from children’s services to adult services. The group aims to engage positively with the young people in an age appropriate, creative and innovative way, that will empower them and increase their self-esteem. It is a weekly group supported by a team of experienced youth workers. There is a planned programme, with a varied content, that is based on key life-skills such as; shopping, managing money, planning meals, good decision making and building positive relationships, as well as being a great opportunity for social engagement. This group is referral only.
Thursday 5:30 to 8:00
Contact Deb Such: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open access youth provision is on Friday evenings, there is a wealth of activities on offer; football, pool, arts and crafts, gaming, along with a chill-out area and an extensive tuck shop, that also serves hot food.
Fri 6.00 – 9.00 – Ages 8 to 13
Contact Alaina Gallacher: email@example.com
Mon 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Tue 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Wed 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Thu 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Fri 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Sat 12:00pm – 3.00pm
Sun 11:00am – 5:00pm
Mon 5.00 – 8.30
Tue 6.30 – 8.00
Wed 5.00 – 8.30
Thu 6.30 – 8.00
Fri 4.30 – 7.30
Sat 5.00 – 7.00
Contact: Michael Burgess
Tue 5.30pm – 7.30pm – Freedom Youth
Wed 4.00pm – 6.00pm – Girl up 4 Freedom
Fri 5.30 – 7.30 – Freedom Youth
Contact: Cara Way
The Freedom Youth club is an open access drop-in session for unaccompanied asylum seeking young people, refugees and new arrivals to the city, aged 13 to 19. We provide positive activities, support with immigration status / progress, one-to-one support, informal education, independent living skills and English support.
Fri 6.15pm – 9.00pm
Providing opportunities for its members for, physical, creative and social activities, which are educational and fun.
Contact: Mark Savage – Youth Leader
Tue 6.00pm – 7.15pm,
Thurs 6.00pm – 7.15pm & 7.45pm – 9pm,
Fri 7.30pm – 10pm.
Contact: Chris Huffadine
Mon 3:30pm – 5:30pm & 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Tue 3:30pm – 5:30pm & 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Wed 6pm – 8pm
Thurs 3:30pm – 5:30pm & 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Contact: Graham Lloyd
Opening Hours: Contact unit for opening hours. Contact: Secretary
The Phoenix Children’s Foundation was established in 2006 with the sole aim of enriching and enhancing the lives of youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.
We are entirely reliant on the generosity of organisations, businesses and individuals to fund our crucial work, and the dedication of our volunteers and trustees to run the charity on daily basis.
The Phoenix Children’s Foundation owns a small menagerie of animals, ranging from donkeys and goats, to Shetland ponies and reindeer, all of whom help to fundraise – through appearances at events – as well as provide young people with opportunities to grow emotionally and learn through Animal Assisted Activity (AAA).
Mon 5.00pm – 6.00pm & 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Tue 5.00pm – 9.00pm
Wed 5.00pm – 7.00pm
Thu 5.00pm – 7.00pm
Fri 5.00pm – 7.00pm
Contact: Louise Kaufman – Club Leader