GIRLS’ GET FIT GET FED. NEW! (10yrs – 16yrs) Saturday 10am – 12 noon @ The Hub
The girls’ sports and wellbeing group running on a Saturday morning primarily focuses on the holistic wellbeing of young women within the community. Activities during the session include boxercise, circuit training and relevant sport games. This will also include a healthy snack after the session for the young women. For any further information, please email Carla.firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl’s Night In (P7+) Monday 6.30pm-8.30pm @ The Hub
This girl’s only group is designed to give our local girls and young women the space to explore social and political issues, including those that are gender specific, in a safe and supportive environment. Regular activities include arts & crafts, dance, sports, meditation, and topical workshops including bullying, body image, sexual health, safe relationships and active citizenship etc
Hub198 (P7-S2) Tuesday 6.30pm-8.30pm @ The Hub
A fun and active group where 20-35 local young people come together to enjoy sports, cooking, arts & crafts, films and topical workshops etc. weekly. This group focuses on a number of issues including supporting young people through the transition from primary school into high school, which can be an exciting time but also one of anxiety and stress due to the significant changes.
ROSP (S3-S6) Thursday 7.00 -9..pm @ The Hub
The senior youth group engages with some of the most disengaged young people from the local area with a mix of leisure and educational opportunities on offer. Weekly topical workshops are delivered by our team of staff, or from partner organisations on a number of issues including drugs & alcohol, violence, sexual health, bullying, political issues & active citizenship, positive role models, racism & immigration, and homelessness etc. Sports, cooking, arts & crafts, and other leisure opportunities are also on offer, as is regular support from staff for young people in need of advice and guidance.
Ripple Youth Forum – Monthly @ The Hub
Representatives of each youth group meet regularly to ensure young people are consulted on the direction of the youth services and the organisation as a whole. Responsibilities of the forum include the planning of summer programme’s, celebration events and identifying fundraising opportunities within the community. We believe this democratic approach helps to empower our members with an “ownership” over their community youth groups and also leads to more politically engaged young people.
Sexual Health Drop-In (13+) Wednesday 3.30pm-5.30pm @The Hub
Run in partnership with Restalrig Medical Practice. Confidential sexual health support and advice. C-Card is available as well as pregnancy and STI testing.
Ripple X-Press (P3-P7) Thursday 3.30pm-5.00pm @McLaren Halls
Drama group for children with the aim of building soft skills as well as skills related to the performing arts. This group gives local children access to an activity that has historically been difficult for those from low income areas to access due to costs involved. Previous performances from Ripple Xpress have included A Christmas Carol, Grease and a special Commonwealth nation’s show following the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
ALL ENQUIRIES TO; 0131 554 0244 press 2 or email@example.com