Welcome to our relaunched services at Brow House

Jan 16, 2017

Welcome to our relaunched services at Brow House.

We will be providing the following services:

  • Sessional/Tutorial workshops

The Learning Support and Mentoring project aims to work towards the social inclusion of young people through the provision of education and training. This project offers out of school provision for young people aged 8 to 15 years and aged 16 to 19 years. The activities consist of study skills to assist children with homework and examination preparation to reinforce foundation skills needed to access the core curriculum.

  • Career/Personal Development workshop

This project provides an opportunity for young people to participate in weekly workshops which consist of the following themes.

How to use your life skills/experience to achieve your goals?

How to overcome peer pressure and stay focused?

How to overcome barriers that prevent young people from achieving their goals

The project gives young people the opportunity to develop their interpersonal skills, increase their confidence and self-esteem and become more proactive in the community.

Health and Wellbeing sessions

These sessions will provide one to one and small group support for those who may be experiencing social, mental and emotional difficulties that prevents them from achieving their goals/aspirations.

Community Mentoring and Mediation Service

This provides an integrated community mentoring and mediation service aimed at helping young people and their families to resolve conflict within the home and school to address issues that inhibit the family from functioning as a whole. The project trains up volunteers to become community mediators or mentors to use restorative justice approaches within the home, school and community.

The partnership with One Manchester will enable GIFT to build on its service delivery model which can respond to the changing needs of our community as follows:

    • localise support services in a community setting
    • Increased educational attainment and employability
    • Increased confidence and well-being for local residents and young people



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