SOUTH YOUTH SERVICE JANUARY REVIEW

It’s the first month of the year 2020 and we are already busy in giving the very best of services to young people.

As part of the South Youth Service, we deliver programs and seminars in schools, we are active in the evenings through the Kottonera Youth Café and also offer a Detached Youth Work Service on both Kottonera and Birzebbugia.

School Programs & Seminars

As part of our school service within St Margaret College Bormla, we delivered a weekly outdoor programme and a Duke of Edinburgh programme within the Senior Schools.  In January we continued with these programs. Furthermore, we also delivered a self-esteem programme,  a communication skill programme and also a drama programme within the Middleschool of the same College. We are also in process of delivering team building exercises with all classes.

Apart from seminars, our Youth Workers are also implementing the Young Parliamentarians Programme and also the School Council Democracy Award. During the month of January, the Youth Workers supported St Thomas More, Zejtun and also St Edwards, Birgu  with regards to the Young Parliamentarians. The main aim here was to prepare a group of young people to debate in a competition. A number of session had been delivered to train young people on how to speak, lobby, persuade etc… On the other hand, the Youth Workers supported St Benedict Kirkop and St Edwards Birgu with regards to the School Council Democracy Award.

Kottonera Youth Cafe

During the month of January, after the Christmas break, we continued to open the Youth Cafe in the evenings. Young people suggested to create a creative corner where young people can express themselves through art. RadioImmaginaria continued with its sessions and the football training for girls continued also as usual. Right now we are in the process of collecting young people’s ideas and see how we can implement them together during the year.

MCAST Youth Hub

During the month of January, a number of ideas had been gathered from young people so that during the young people’s free time, there would  be the opportunity to discuss and create sessions with them, with regards to this aspect.

Detached Youth Work

Detached Youth Work also continued in both Kottonera and Birzebbugia, with the main aim being that of exploring areas where young people can meet within the locality, support them in their needs and also make them aware of interesting opportunities that Aġenzija Żgħażagħ offers.

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