Youth Club

Working with Young People

Youth Club

A consistent youth club programme for ages 6-25 that proactively supports young people through key transitions in their lives, to find their identity in God, be inspired and equipped to develop talents and skills and have the best time doing it together.

Within the youth club there is a modern and fully equipped media room which can be used for informal social networking, listening to music, playing games and completing homework. We are also able to deliver media sessions to support young people to develop graphic design, photography, filming, editing and other media and IT skills. In addition to weekly evening activities, we also run a range of day trips, residentials and community days throughout the year and in the summer holidays including regular youth club trips to the Farm.

Staple Programs

Mondays 5.30-7.30 group for young people ages 10-13.
A safe structured youth club involving sports and games, cooking, craft activities, new skills and short discussion based workshops.

Wednesday Skills and Talents Club: 6.30-9pm
Opportunities to develop creative skills and talents. Master Chef Challenge, Carpentry Class, Studio and Performing Arts Workshops.

The studio is available for bookings at various times.

Please contact Esther for more information on 07445983904

Sue: 07445915679

Office: 02072280433

Tuesday: 3.30 -6pm. Small selected group ages 6-11 with specific project aims and outcomes. To sign up please contact Sue.

Thursday: 3.30-6pm Afterschool club ages 6-11. Pick up from Christchurch school.

Monday Training: 5-6pm football training at Sacred Heart Astro Turf. League team ages 16-21’s. For more info please call Ren 07738992315

Friday Training: 5-6pm@ Battersea Sports Centre 16-21s League Training

The Yes Project

The YES project began at Providence House, a Christian youth and community centre that has been working in Battersea for over 50 years. It has a strong history in relation to music being the home of the sound system and regular Friday night dances enjoyed by so many throughout the 80’s and 90’s. The YES project has developed and grown in recent years, hosting concerts and live lounge events to encourage young people to perform and develop their creative skills.

Since January this year after holding a series of auditions, Providence House has been working with a cast of 35 young performers, ages 13-25, holding regular creative workshops including vocal training, rap and song writing, dance, filming and editing.

The theme of the show is ‘Anything is Possible’. At this time, even more so, we need to be reminded that this is true and we hope that listening to our show tonight will lift your spirits.

The Radio show will only show part of the huge amount of work that has gone into making the Y.E.S. Project a reality. Below is information about the people, organisations and sponsors that have supported the project to happen. All working together for the youth of Battersea.

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Queen’s Jubilee Street Party 885 1280 Sandra Munoz

Queen’s Jubilee Street Party

Come and celebrate the Queen Jubilee with us in the Providence House Parking and Bramlands Close.This is a Partnership Community street party event for all ages, including youth performance, children’s activities, food, stalls and local information. When: Thursday 2nd June 1pm – 6pm @ Providence House and Bramlands Close SW11 2LW Providence House is a Christian…

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Royal Visit to East Shallowford

Their royal highnesses, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, visited East Shallowford Farm on Tuesday 3rd May for a special event and the official opening of the new barn accommodation buildings.  A group of Providence House young people and staff were represented at the event, young people demonstrating moving sheep from one field to another, participating…

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Providence House is recruiting for a Children and Families Worker

Providence House is recruiting for a part-time Children and Families Worker.   The Providence House Trust (PHT) is a vibrant and diverse youth centre in Falcon Road, Battersea, close to Clapham Junction station, working with children, young people, individuals and families from the neighbouring communities and with those who have moved out of the area and maintained…

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