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Hackney Marsh Partnership - Stepping UP Youth

8 - 9,
Kingsmead Way,
E9 5QG
Telephone: 020 8525 6960
Website: HMP


Many young people in the Kingsmead area of Hackney face enormous barriers to success in their lives. The barriers may relate to poverty, family problems, lack of educational attainment or many other factors. Drugs, gangs, guns and knife crime are part of the fabric of many local young people's lives. Young people are often so weighed down in these circumstances that they cannot achieve their potential.  Stepping UP Youth want to support them to achieve.

They use activities designed to encourage individuals to achieve, through workshops, courses and accredited learning - for some young people their first 'certificate'. They provide support on relevant training and education, CVs and form filling, interview skills etc. in groups or on a one to one basis.

Also offering:

  • creative arts
  • dance
  • music
  • drama
  • sports activities
  • football
  • pool
  • table tennis
  • basket ball
  • basketball
  • circuit training
  • ICT
  • 1 to 1 advice and guidance
  • short courses

How to Get Here

Buses: 236, 242

Train: Homerton

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