Case Studies - Fylde
...a drama/performance competition open to all secondary schools in Lancaster, Wyre and Fylde that aim to tackle hard-hitting subject matters surrounding relationships, crime, substance misuse and the various impacts on young people. The performances are delivered from a young person's perspective, as the pupils' research and develop the compitition entry themselves.
6 June 2014
The Children, Young People and Families Forum is made up of third sector groups across Wyre and Fylde who work together to share information, news and issues, whilst addressing priorities of the two districts.
6 June 2014
ESCAYPS (Emergency Services Community and Young Persons Safety) is a six week course based at Lytham Fire Station. The aim of the course is to build relationships between young people and the emergency services in the local area. The course is designed to attract all walks of life ranging from young people with confidence issues to dealing with youths who have criminal convictions. The catchment age is between 13-16 years of age who are selected by the police to ensure a diverse group attend.
5 July 2013
Whilst reviewing their district priorities, the Fylde Children and Young People's Trust Board identified road safety as an issue that should be addressed, particularly for young affluent drivers and their passengers.
1 December 2012
The Young People's Service (YPS) in Fylde worked in partnership with Young Addaction to deliver sessions that promote increased knowledge of the impact that alcohol can have on individuals and groups within society. The concept of harm reduction and alternatives to alcohol use were explored during all delivery sessions at Young People's Service Youth Centres across the Borough.
23 May 2012
Fylde Sharks is a community swimming group (formerly known as St Annes Sharks) for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities from the ages of 5 to 18 years from the Fylde.
21 November 2011