Children and Youth
Children and Families Vale of Stour - Circuit News sheet Issue 6 Spring 2020 :- Click Here
"As of 18th March 2020 New Road Youth Club is Suspended. We intend to restart as soon as is feasible given the present situation with Covid19."
For the Youth Club Programme click here
Started March 2010 for young people of school year group 5 - 8, one night per week, term‑times.
What do the "young people" do?
Games, music, computers, crafts, pool, cooking, table‑top games,
tuck‑shop or just simply chill out in a quiet room.
Who will our adult helpers be?
We have a good number of volunteers already, but more are very welcome. Men are in short supply, as ever!
To contact the Youth Club click here.
The interesting stuff for Young People:
Would you like somewhere to go with your mates on a Friday night, instead of staying in feeling bored?
Why not come and chill at New Road Youth Club?
Anyone in years 5, 6, 7or 8 at school is welcome – we meet on Friday nights during term time, .
You can play:
· Air hockey
· Table football
· Sponge football
· Nintendo Wii
· Board Games
· Card games
Sometimes you might want to join in
· Making something
….. Or you can just chill out with your mates, listening to your favourite tunes and eating sweets from the tuck shop!
Youth Club costs £1 per week, but the first time you come is free – so it won’t cost you anything to check us out. All we ask is that you bring an emergency contact number.
Want to know more?
Phone Secretary Arline on 01384 375248 or Dot on 07973764997 if you want any more information or email email@example.com
The boring stuff for Parents
New Road Youth Club is open to anyone in years 5, 6, 7 or 8 at school. (It’s a good way of meeting up outside school hours and also staying in touch with friends from primary school who may have to go to different secondary schools.)
The youth club is organised and supported by New Road Methodist Church Centre – all the youth club leaders are connected to the church and help to run the youth club on a voluntary basis. Our aim is simply to offer a safe place for young people to spend time with their friends. All our youth club leaders have successfully completed the ‘Criminal Records Bureau enhanced disclosure’ procedure and most have previous experience of working with young people.
If your son/daughter decides to attend New Road Youth Club we must ask you to complete an “Application, Record and Consent” form. We ask that you return this form to us – so that we have some details about your child, in case of an emergency. Any information you give us will be treated as confidential. (Form available at www.newroadmc.org.uk)
All youth club members are asked to sign a code of conduct, encouraging them to respect each other, the leaders, the church property, the youth club equipment, and most importantly, themselves. Any young person who does not adhere to this code of conduct may forfeit the right to attend New Road Youth Club.
The church premises have facilities for disabled users and can be accessed by car or foot from Stourbridge Ring Road, car park access being a sharp left turn before the