Bringing inspiring, creative and educational content to young people online!
This week we announced our first ‘Boredom Busters’ programme of daily content that we will be sharing across our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtubechannels, providing opportunities for young people and their families to break up their day and try something new, fun and inspiring.
Content will be based around Young Bristol’s programmes focusing on:
- Creative Sessions,
- Getting Active,
- Outdoor Activities,
- and Wellbeing Support & Advice.
We hope these videos will bring a smile to peoples faces, as well as giving young people the opportunity to see a familiar face. Each video will be led by our team of Youth Club Staff and Programme Leads.
We aim to provide engaging content for young people of all ages. View our programme here.
Providing vital packs to young people most in need
Young Bristol’s team will be distributing educational, sports and creative packs to the most vulnerable and in need young people that our programmes work with across Bristol.These vital packs will also enable the young people to access valuable online resources, to support them in staying engaged during this period of programme closure.
Keep an eye on our social media channels for more updates on this work!
Encouraging young people to stay at home
Young Bristol, as part of a consortium of Targeted Youth Services, Bristol City Council, and Avon and Somerset Police; will be working to ensure that young people understand the Government’s Guidelines and are staying safe at home.
A team of Youth Workers from Young Bristol are part of conversations taking place across Bristol, to roll out detached community youth work, to inform and engage with those young people still actively using community spaces.