Cumbernauld, Kilsyth, Moodiesburn and the North area Groups and Activities
Duke of Edinburgh, Cumbernauld Open
Time and Place – Various
Support to local individuals 14+, groups and organisations participating (or considering participating) in Duke of Edinburgh Awards
Pivot Youth Group 12+yrs.
Time and Place – 7–9pm. Pivot C.C. Moodiesburn.
Sports, fun and games, challenges, quizzes, opportunity to take part in accredited learning, and lots more at our weekly sessions with your youth work team. Youth work opportunities to support young people in positive learning opportunities to develop self -confidence, new skills, raise awareness of your talents and abilities.
Kilsyth, Queenzieburn, Croy & Banton Junior Youth Group (P7)
Time and Place – 7–9pm. Garrell Vale CEC, KIlsyth
Junior Youth Group focussing on positive mental health & well-being; confidence & self esteem; and the transition to High School using a range of activities such as arts & crafts, sports, cooking, drama and music. Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in accredited awards such as NL Challenge, Hi5 Awards, Dynamic Youth Awards…..
Kilsyth Youth Voice Group (P7+)
Time and Place – 5–6.30pm – Garrell Vale CEC, Kilsyth
Group consists of representatives/young people attending youth groups/events and who have an interest in youth issues (local, national & worldwide) and who work towards having their collective voice heard and listened to. Members will also be present at NLC Youth Council meetings where they will meet and work alongside other Youth Voice groups/members as well as elected members and NLC leaders
Young Parents Group
Time and Place – 1.30–3.30 pm
Support for young parents within the North Area: Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and the Northern Corridor. Support from CLD, Health Improvement Team, Midwives and Health Visitors. Opportunity to take part in various youth accreditation including Duke of Edinburgh Award. A range of health-based inputs, play at home, age-appropriate crafts and activities and peer support.
Carbrain Tuesday Group: NL Challenge
Time and Place – 6-8.30pm Cumbernauld Academy
A fun youth work opportunity to participate in accredited learning, develop self-confidence, new skills, raise awareness of your talents and abilities. Work as part of a team promoting active citizenship within your community. (Volunteering, Skills, Physical, Adventure sections)
Pivot Music Group – 10+Yrs.
Time and Place – 4– 6.pm, Pivot C.C. Moodiesburn.
Opportunity for young people to participate in Pre-record and live performances, Write Songs, Quizzes, Art, Musical Challenges. Community Involvement- Entertaining Community Groups on a voluntary basis, Accreditation and much more!
Youth Group 10/11+Yrs
Time and Place – 6-8.00pm, Pivot C.C. Moodiesburn.
Youth work opportunities to support young people - self-confidence, resilience and mental health & well-being using a variety of activities such as arts & crafts, drama, cooking, sports, team building and accreditation and lots more at our weekly session with your youth work team.
Youth Voice Group
Time and Place – Wednesday 6pm–7pm, Cumbernauld
Youth Voice meet weekly to discuss our area, what we want to see, and how we can make it happen. We’re always looking for new voices!
Time and Place – Contact Lindsay for details (firstname.lastname@example.org )
We meet on a weekly basis: fun, games, challenges, quizzes and an opportunity to take part in accreditation. A supportive space for LGBT+ young people and their allies.
Kilsyth, Queenzieburn, Croy & Banton Youth Group – (S1 – S3)
Time & Place - 7–9pm, Garrell Vale CEC, Kilsyth
Description - Youth group focussing on youth issues, activities & events. As well as the opportunity to engage and participate in a range of youth awards (DofE, NL Challenge, Youth Achievement Award/Dynamic Youth Award/Hi5, Young STEM Leaders Award, John Muir award etc. etc.) young people can take part in activities such as sports, cooking, drama, arts & crafts, outdoor skills, STEM etc)
Pivot Youth Voice Group 11+Yrs.
Time and Place – 6–8pm. Pivot C.C.Moodiesburn.
Youth voice group within the Northern Corridor Area who meet on a weekly basis to discuss local issues within the area and work in partnership with various organisations, attend Listening events, Community Boards etc and look at ways on how we can make a difference to the community!
Kilsyth Senior Youth Group (S3+)
Time & Place – 6.45–8.45pm. Garrell Vale CEC, Kilsyth
This is a new senior youth group which has formed as a result of detached youth work staff engaging with young people in Kilsyth. The group is aimed at S3+ aged young people and the focus will be on health & wellbeing, confidence and self esteem. In addition to fun activities such as sports, music, cooking, STEM and group outings, the group will also develop and work on issue based sessions addressing local & national youth issues.
Future Fridays – Duke of Edinburgh Awards Group (S3+)
Time and Place – 1.30-3.30pm, Garrell Vale CEC, Kilsyth
Group meet weekly (during school terms) to undertake, participate and achieve Duke of Edinburgh Awards at all levels. Current group working towards their Bronze Award
Future Fridays: NL Challenge
Time and Place – 1–3pm, Cumbernauld Academy
Description - learning, develop self-confidence, new skills, raise awareness of your talents and abilities. Work as part of a team promoting active citizenship within your community. (Volunteering, Skills, Physical, Adventure sections)
FUTURE FRIDAY - LIVING LIFE TO THE FULL
Time and Place – 1–2pm, Pivot CEC (Moodiesburn)
Gain support, take part in activities to help you understand why you feel the way you do and help look at things differently to make you feel better, help relax, lift your mood and have fun!
Mental Health & Wellbeing - Youth Work 1-1 support – LLTTF resources.
FUTURE FRIDAY- MUSIC
Time and Place – 2.30–4pm, Pivot CEC (Moodiesburn)
Learn how to play an instrument, pre-record and live performances, write songs, quizzes, art, musical challenges.
Saturday Night Project
Time and Place 6.30-9.30 pm
Support young people to have access to safe spaces that promotes physical activity, improves mental health and wellbeing, peer support and builds trusted relationships with youth work staff and coaches.
Where groups cannot meet due to restrictions there will be an increased social media presence from staff on our channels @NLCYouthwork, to check in with young people and families and invitations to be part of online activities when the groups should be on once discussion with parent/guardian.
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