Heath Town Community Campus Portal

The Youth Charter Community Campus has been developed as a result of the agency’s work in communities, urban, suburban and rural, locally, nationally and internationally. As part of the bidding, hosting and legacy of major games, the community campus provides a coordinated and holistic approach in the development, delivery and sustainability of young people and communities within the regeneration and renewal strategies of public, private and third sector agencies.

The Community Campus is a unique model providing an opportunity to bring together policy, delivery and impact in the current sports for development and peace movement. The Community Campus has three main elements:

  • Engage with the Youthwise cultural activity programmes designed to engage, motivate and inspire young people participation.
  • Equip social coaches with the tools required to enable them to work with young people of all backgrounds, talents and potential.
  • Empower a social, cultural and economic impact model that provides a win win win for young people, communities and society as a whole.

What is a Community Campus?

A Community Campus is made up of 7 key facilities, such as, schools, community centres, youth clubs, sports centres, further and higher education institutions or any facility delivering a youth cultural engagement provision. Each facility is quality assured in the delivery of the Social Coach Leadership Programme and the Youthwise offer.

This portal provides all the tools required to deliver a Community Campus as well as map,track and measure impact.


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