Come and join us!
The Reef Youth Club is a great place for young people in school year groups 6 – 9 to meet up each week in a safe and secure environment. There is a planned programme of activities and events for all to enjoy but if you just want to hang out with your friends, play games, make music, do a bit of cooking, then that’s ok as well.
The club meets two evenings each week during term time: just choose the evening that is appropriate for your age group. You’ll soon make new friends or why not bring a friend with you. There’s always plenty to do each evening: if you’re into sport there will always be something going on in the main Sports Hall and when the weather is good, you can do activities outside. For those of you who prefer a quieter time, there are laptops for you to use as well as gaming stations.
Like your music? We have a good selection of instruments for you to use, mics and amplifiers: you could think of setting up a Reef Band. We even have a karaoke machine for all budding rock stars!
Are you worried about something? Our lovely Youth Workers are here to listen to you; to help you find ways to cope with things that may be troubling you. They can give you help and advice on all sorts of issues including mental wellbeing, sexual health and drug counselling.
Click the following image to see a short video showing what some of our regular attendees think about the Youth Club…
|Year 6 & 7
|6:30pm – 8.00pm
|Year 8 & 9
|6:30pm – 8.00pm
|Entry fee £1.00 (Unless Marked Otherwise)
|Please note for all enquires please email – email@example.com
Reef Youth Club Staff
Our staff is made up of qualified Youth Workers and Youth Workers undergoing training and very experienced senior volunteers, all aged over 18 years. We also have a number of senior helpers aged 13 – 16 years who are completing the volunteering section of the Duke of Edingburgh Award Scheme.
Our Senior Team
All our Senior Team are 18 years and above and have undergone enhanced DBS checks.
Our youth club is operated and supervised by Dorset Youth Association (DYA) who support the needs of young people across Dorset