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The Junior Apprentice
Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:32 Written by Veronika Javorova Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:13
The Junior Apprentice, based on the hit television show 'The Apprentice' is a Business & Leadership project, which runs for an intensive 2 weeks across 6 London boroughs that is delivered to you by the Hebe Foundation. The course starts on Monday 3 August and places are filling up fast!
Between and 140 and 150 young people will battle it out over a series of team challenges (including Product Branding, Social Action, Buy & Sell, Creating a Business Enterprise) designed to develop, teach, and inspire each individual, while bringing forth the talents each one has in a fun, creative and safe way.
The young people have the opportunity to experience working within successful businesses, and interacting with the community, learning how to pitch, sell, create and market products among other things. Those aged 17 years and above also have the opportunity to be peer volunteer youth workers on the project.
Following the intensive 2 week activities, there will be on-going workshops, mentoring and work experience opportunities available throughout the year. We want to provide our young people with as many employment skills, confidence and valuable experiences as possible. This project is accredited.
See the Junior Apprentice 2015 leaflet for more information and how to join the course.
Last Updated on Friday, 21 August 2015 12:13 Written by Veronika Javorova Sunday, 12 August 2012 21:05
Stay & Play One O'clock Clubs Opening Times
Last Updated on Friday, 21 August 2015 12:11 Written by Administrator Tuesday, 20 March 2012 00:00
Slade Gardens Stay and Play One O’clock Club will be closed untill further notice due to outstanding repairs. Therefore, no sessions will be taking place.
Click on the Stay and Play One O'clock Clubs below for normal opening times.
- Agnes Riley
- Brockwell Park
- The Spinney (formerly Known As Clapham Common One O'Clock Club)
- Kennington Park
- Larkhall Park
- Loughborough Park
- Max Roach
- Mulberry Centre
- Norwood Park
- Slade Gardens
- Streatham Vale
- Vauxhall Park
Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 August 2015 14:16 Written by VRD Monday, 12 August 2013 14:18
- have an agreement in writing with the learning provider, specifying all costs
- get information about accreditation in advance
- make sure you know how to complain if necessary.
For information about:
- a free basic/foundation level e-learning package
- other e-Learning resources
- the London Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) Training Pack
- booking onto LSCB courses
- the LSCB training brochure for 2015/16 click here
What if I am not happy and find it hard to speak up?
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 June 2011 20:44 Wednesday, 15 June 2011 13:24
If you are not happy about something and find it hard to speak to your social worker you should try speaking to another adult that can help you.
This could be another adult you trust like your foster carer, key worker, personal advisor, teacher or social care team manager. If this does not help you can ask for an advocate.