Brookfields Youth Club
Youth Club for secondary students who attend Brookfields School.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Brookfields School
- RG31 6SW
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Thursday evenings in term time
- Time of day
- Session Information
- Age Ranges
- Referral required
- Referral Details
For Brookfields pupils only
- Other notes
Brookfields Youth club is a Youth Club for the students who attend Brookfields School.
The club is staffed by experienced support staff from the school. We provide a safe place for young people to meet and socialise with their friends. A range of exciting on-site and off site activities are offered, with the young people giving their ideas for the programme.
- Contact Name
- Gill Cleaver
- Contact Telephone
- Contact Email
- SEN Provision Type
- Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, Speech & Language Difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Physical Disability, Hearing Impairment, Moderate Learning Difficulties, Severe Learning Difficulties, Visual Impairment
- Local Offer Age Bands
12 to 14
15 to 16
16 to 18
The Youth Club is held in the 6th Form at Brookfields School. The 6th Form is accessible for young people who are wheelchair users or who have mobility difficulties. The buildings have accessible shower/changing/toilet facilities. For young people with a hearing impairment, rooms are acoustically treated. The buildings and grounds are also accessible to young people with a visual impairment. Throughout the 6th Form there is manual handling equipment and staff working at the club have been trained in Manual Handling.
Applications are welcome from parents of young people aged 14 to 19 who attend the school. The Extended Services Manager and Youth Club Manger work together to examine if we can meet the needs of your son/daughter taking further advice from teachers, Behaviour Support Staff, Sensory Resource staff, school nurses etc. We are currently unable to cater for young people with complex medical needs that require specialised staff.
Parents may contact the Extended Services Manager at any time to find out more details about the clubs at any time. Due to the popularity of the club we do hold a waiting list.
The Extended Services Manager will confirm the expression of interest made by the parents and once a place becomes available the Extended Services Manager will contact parents with further details.
In addition to a sessional fee, the Youth Club receives subsidies from the Local Authority and charities Fees are available on application We are able to offer some free places to those families who have financial constraints. Parents should contact the Extended Service Manager for further details
The Youth Club comes under the Brookfields School Ofsted Inspections.
If parents have a complaint about the Youth Club, Brookfields School’s Complaint procedure are followed If parents have any concerns about the Youth Club, they are encouraged to speak with the Extended Service Manager as soon as possible. Parents will be sent an evaluation sheet where they will be invited to give feedback on the service provided.
All Youth Club staff are recruited using the Schools Safer Recruitment Policy and procedures. All staff have been trained in Safeguarding and Child Protection. Holiday Club staff are experienced members of Brookfields who have been trained in the support and guidance young people with learning difficulties and additional needs.. The club reports directly to the School Governors
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