We provide youth work, leadership, volunteering, peer education, training and internship projects for personal and social development of young people aged 11-25 years.
PEEK THRIVE provides uses play, sports and the arts to engage with and support young people. Projects are delivered within both, education, and community settings as well as residential weekends, trips and external training and volunteering opportunities.
Our Volunteer project offers a range of volunteer opportunities for Young People aged 14 – 25 years to gain work experience and qualifications before entering higher education or the workforce. Workshops include but are not limited to; Child Protection Training, Fire Safety, First Aid Training, Health and Hygiene, Play Training, Dynamic Youth Award which is SQA accredited and the opportunity to support our programmes during term-time and school holidays.
Early Intervention – Your Choice
Our Early Intervention project works with young people and offers a range of workshops tailored to improving behaviour and outlooks. We look at the crimes most commonly committed in the area and design workshops based on tackling anti-social behaviour. Topics include but are not limited to; Knife Crime, Team Building, Sectarianism, Gambling, Fire Safety, Women’s Aid, First Aid focused on stab wounds and substance abuse, Controlled Aggression and Discipline and Career Progression.
Our Community Champs project works with young people and offers a range of tailored sessions to develop confidence, self-esteem and leadership. The young people will identify and explore a topic of their choice exploring ways t to benefit the community and ensure their voices are heard within their local area.
Children and young people will be encouraged and supported to achieve Arts Awards at the appropriate level within each of our projects.
To gain a Hi5 Award young people choose a challenge, complete a minimum of 5 hours of activity, think about and comment on their achievements and gather evidence of their participation.
Dynamic Youth Award
Young people will have the opportunity to gain independent qualifications that are externally quality assured by Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA). They are also, credit rated on the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) where they sit at level 3.
Youth Achievement Award
Young people can gain a Youth Achievement Award that is recognized by the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) credit scored at levels 4 – 7. These awards are suitable for children of all interests.
For more information about our Thrive Programme, please email – firstname.lastname@example.org