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Kiveton Youth Centre



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Kiveton Youth & Community Centre

Station Road

Kiveton Park

Sheffield

S26 6QQ

Telephone: 01909 773663 / 255266

Email: earlyhelp-enquiries@rotherham.gov.uk


Centre Information

Kiveton Park Youth and Community Centre is situated on Station Road, opposite the Infant School and adjacent to the Railway Station. In the past, the centre used to be the local village school but was designated as a Youth and Community Centre over 30 years ago.

The primary aim of both the centre and detached programme is to work with young people aged 11 to 25 years, with the emphasis on 13 – 19 years, to offer them the following:

  • Equality of opportunity – by challenging oppression and through the celebration of diversity.
  • Informal education – enabling young people to gain skills, knowledge and attitudes in order to develop and become responsible members of their community.
  • Participation – young people take an active role in the decision making of the centre and sessions.
  • Empowering – staff within the centre support young people in all aspects of their lives, offering them the opportunity to make informed choices.

What's On?

6.00 to 8.30pm - Detached and Sports session (Dinnington). Detached Youth Workers engage hard to reach young people on the streets and in outside areas of the locality, providing generic youth work activities for young people, along with a weekly curriculum topic (including a variety of issues for example awareness around drug and alcohol misuse, sexual exploitation and anti-racism work). We work with our partners to promote positive engagement and build relationships between young people and their communities.

6.30 to 9.00pm - Detached Youth Work (North Anston). Detached Youth Workers engage hard to reach young people on the streets and in outside areas of the locality, providing generic youth work activities for young people, along with a weekly curriculum topic (including a variety of issues for example awareness around drug and alcohol misuse, sexual exploitation and anti-racism work). We work with our partners to promote positive engagement and build relationships between young people and their communities.

6.30 to 9.30pm - Open Access Senior Youth Club (13 – 19yrs) Offering a variety of activities, where young people can ask the questions, have their say and be listened to. It also gives them the chance of new experiences, to learn something new and meet new friends while being safe and having fun. This includes group work and developing social and personal skills.

6.30 to 9.00pm - Project work at the centre targeting young people identified by Early Help.

6.30 to 9.00pm - Detached Youth Work (Thurcroft). Detached Youth Workers engage hard to reach young people on the streets and in outside areas of the locality, providing generic youth work activities for young people, along with a weekly curriculum topic (including a variety of issues for example awareness around drug and alcohol misuse, sexual exploitation and anti-racism work). We work with our partners to promote positive engagement and build relationships between young people and their communities.

6.30 to 9.30pm - Senior Youth Club (13 – 19yrs Kiveton Youth Centre) 

6.00 to 8.30pm - Detached Youth Work (Dinnington). Detached Youth Workers engage hard to reach young people on the streets and in outside areas of the locality, providing generic youth work activities for young people, along with a weekly curriculum topic (including a variety of issues for example awareness around drug and alcohol misuse, sexual exploitation and anti-racism work). We work with our partners to promote positive engagement and build relationships between young people and their communities.