Early Help Transition Service
The Early Help and Transitions Service (EHTS) work with hard to reach young people, and accept referrals from Social Inclusion Panel (SIP), Early Help Hub (EHH) and Children Social Care (CSC).
The EHTS also works with young people who self-refer and those that are Chairs Action from SIP and EHH. The EHTS work in partnerships with schools, parents and a range of tier 2 and 3 providers and professionals to support young people and their families to promote education as a valuable pathway, and offer services that will enable a strength based model of Whole Family Work.
The EHTS is particularly effective at helping to improve attendance, behaviour and outlook, and engaging young people in positive activities, and are proud of our the track record..
For more information call the Early Help and Transitions Service on 020 7364 2707 or email Earlyhelp.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tower Hamlets Youth Service: Young Somali Project (RAAXO)
Thursday evening session only
Access to a selection of club based activities using our sports hall, games room, multi-use games pitch, art and music facilities along with our well –equipped kitchen.
Activities include sports activities - basketball, table tennis, badminton & 5 a-side football; games activities – pool, PS4, board games, football table and homework club. Advice, information and support around employment and training.
Tower Hamlets Youth Service: SEND Offer
Haileybury Youth Hub
The project operates every Thursday evening and offers access to a selection of Club based activities using our sports hall, games room, multi-use games pitch, art and music facilities along with our well – equipped kitchen to young people who are registered with a mild disability. Sessions are staffed by qualified and experienced staff.
Activities include sports activities - basketball, Table tennis, badminton & 5 a-side football; games activities – pool, PS4, board games, football table, life skill activities such as cooking and homework club.
Advice, information and support around employment and training.
Wapping Youth Hub ‘HOPE’ Project
This project operates on Fridays and is open to young people who are registered with a mild disability. Sessions are staffed by qualified & experienced workers. The young people are picked up by our dedicated mini bus drivers from their respective pick up areas & dropped off at the end of the session.
It is our aim to provide the young people with the skills needed to make them more independent; this is done by teaching skills such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, staying safe, etc. Some of these activities have enabled the young people to gain a qualification.
The centre has access to pool table, table tennis table, and multimedia & kitchen area. Young people also take part in recreational activities in a safe environment e.g. arts & crafts, cinema, ten pin bowling etc.