Coronavirus service update
As we have all had to stay indoors to keep ourselves and others safe, things are a-bit different than normal. But that doesn’t mean we are going to have any less fun. Young Hackney have moved their hubs online. Find out more here.
Playgrounds and Youth Hubs will be offering limited face to face sessions so that young people can remain safe and have fun.
If you're missing us and need to talk or require help or advice please contact us.
Phone: 020 8356 7404 9am-5pm Mon-Fri.
You can also e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the latest what's on news see our website www.younghackney.org
Or stay in touch with us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @younghackney
For up to date information you can also sign up to the daily newsletter delivered striaght to you inbox at hackney.gov.uk/newsletters
Who we are and what we do:
Young Hackney runs services and works with partners to provide a range of high quality inclusive universal and targeted play and youth work activities and programmes for children and young people aged 6-19 and aged up to 25 for young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
They also provide year round 'youth work' programmes at Young Hackney centres and specific outreach youth programmes in different venues across Hackney.
Find out more: Young Hackney - Service Guide
Find out more: Young Hackney - A guide for professionals
Being part of the community...
Activities include everything from music, drama and sports to relationship and training programmes.
There are five Young Hackney centres in the borough:
- Young Hackney - Forest Road - 29 Forest Road, E8 3BY
- Young Hackney - The Edge - Woodberry Grove, N4 1SN
- Young Hackney - Concorde - Kingsmead Way, E9 5PP
- Young Hackney - Stoke Newington - Chaucer Court, Shakespeare Walk, N16 8TS
- Young Hackney Inspire ASD Youth Club - Shoreditch Adventure Playground - Mintern Street, N1 5EF
- Young Hackney - Hackney Marsh Adventure Playground - Kingsmead Way, E9 5PP
- Targeted Health Outreach – Young Ones Social Club
Young Hackney also has two dedicated services to support young people's health
Being involved and being listened to...
Young Hackney - Youth Parliament. The Youth Parliament meets with decision makers in Hackney and makes sure that young people’s opinions are heard.
As a member of Youth Parliament, young people can:
• develop new skills
• gain qualifications
• enjoy new experiences
• improve their CV’s
• make a difference to the community
Anyone aged 11-19 (up to 25 if the young person has SEND) can stand as a candidate. Elections take place every two years.
Find out more: Hackney Youth Parliament
Volunteering and finding work...
You can get free internet access at Young Hackney centres to carry out job searches.
Staff can give you advice on how to improve your CV and help you if you are struggling with an application form.
Young Hackney also help support young people to find volunteering opportunities and work opportunities.
Drop in at your nearest centre for more information or check out the latest information on their website:
See also session at Young Hackney centres run by: Prospects Careers Services
Young Hackney provide some volunteering opportunities within their organisation.
Please contact Peter Algas (Core Leader, Young Hackney - Active and Achieving - Children & Young People) Peter.Algacs@Hackney.gov.uk
Keeping you up-to-date with what we are offering.
Young Hackney produces regular updates in it's newsletter.
Contact Young Hackney to sign up to receive the regular Newsletter.
Find out what sessions and activities are on: What's On? Young Hackney
Record Last Updated on: 11/03/2019