Our Bradford Youth Centre is located in the heart of the city and allows us to deliver innovative programmes that help young people and families to make positive choices in their lives.
Our team’s dynamic, award-winning approach is - as with all that Brathay does - enthused by a belief in the transformational power of people working together.
Programmes run from the centre include:
- Families First: keyworker support for troubled families
- Alternative education sessions with Yr 10 & 11 students
- Pupil Referral Unit sessions with young people attending Bradford College
- Music projects in partnership with local artists
- A ‘tenancy ready’ programme working with young people from a variety of backgrounds including young offenders, young people in the care system and those leaving care to provide them with life skills to get them ready to live independently
- Art college with young offenders
- National Citizen Service
- Social action programmes with a focus on enterprise and social enterprise
- Princes Trust TEAM 12 week programme
- Group & individual work with young people at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
- The Stronger Families Programme supports people who are facing challenges in being able to develop their skills, move towards the world of work and secure employment.
Families First: How Brathay is helping troubled families
Princes Trust, Summer 2016
We are proud to be a delivery partner for the Prince's Trust Team Programme in Bradford.
Our programme helps young people to recognise their potential, develop their confidence, boost their self-esteem and support them to achieve the Team qualification at Award or Certificate level.
Many of our young people have struggled to achieve in the education system. This programme provides a platform and a structure to motivate them to believe in themselves and inspires them to go on to further education and into employment.
For 2016/17 we had 83% retention of young people on the programme with 100% completing a qualification.
Facilities at our Bradford Youth Centre include:
- Music studio
- Small Dance & sports space
- Hall area – can be used for sessions with large groups
- 2 x Meeting rooms which can comfortably fit up to 15 people each
- Large ground floor room for group sessions, with wifi access, seated area for group discussions and disabled access
- Disabled toilet
- Shower and laundry facilities
- Prom/craft shop run for young people by young people
To contact our team please ring: 015394 39774.
Cathedral Hall, Stott Hill, Bradford, BD1 4EH