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U-plan is aimed at young people aged 8-19 who are missing from education. This includes young people not registered in school, those who have truanted in the past 12 months, those who are permanently excluded from school, asylum seekers or refugees and those who are sick or in hospital.
Referrals can be made at any time. To make a referral contact a member of the U-Plan team and register your initial interest. We will then arrange a referral appointment. Contact Angela or Michelle on 0151 702 0700 or email: email@example.com
The Door, Merseyside Youth Association, 65-67 Hanover Street, Liverpool, L1 3DY also young people will also be invited to take part in some off-site activities.
PAYP / Liverpool City Council - Each young person is assigned a personal mentor for 1:1 guidance and support to address their individual needs and develop an action plan for the duration of the programme. Young people can gain accredited awards by building a portfolio of evidence with the support of their mentors.
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Accessible by all public Transport as we are situated in the City Centre
The programme includes the following;
communication skills, confidence building. teamwork skills
sexual health, alcohol & substances, emotional wellbeing, positive self image, stress reduction
including, disability awareness, Judo coaching sessions, wheel chair basket ball, water sports, climbing, orienteering.
Arts & Culture:
including, visiting cultural sites, creative writing, making art through a variety of materials, music.
investigating identity, crime & anti-social behavior, racism and other issues that effect young people, involvement in voluntary projects.
personal development, preparing to re-engage, identifying interests, participating in positive activities.
I have really enjoyed being on the programme, I have met new friends and have I bonded with people who I never thought I would be able to make friends with’
‘Yes, I would definitely recommend this project to others’
‘Helped me get back into a routine which I needed to do to get back into education’
‘kept me off the street and out of trouble’
‘I have learned that I can do things that I thought I wasn’t able to do’’,
‘’I have learned about the history of Liverpool and about our environment’’
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