At Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill Youth Clubs, we aim to provide the best possible experience and outcomes for young people in a fun, supportive, safe, inclusive and positive environment, Our vision is to inspire and empower young people in Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill to fulfil their potential. Please see information below about our values, what we do and how to join in or get in touch.
Young person centred approach
Open, inclusive and respectful environment
Universal programming consistently on offer which is inspirational and aspirational
Truly meaningful opportunities for the youth voice
Helping young people to build positive relationship to enable them to reach their potential.
Clubs during Covid-19
Coxhoe youth club is planning to have face to face activity again from Friday 14 October 2020. Unfortunately due to the coronavirus all face to face youth clubs were closed. Youth staff have been holding weekly meetings on Zoom with children and young people, and making lots of posts on social media.
You will need to book sessions in advance and new forms must be completed for each young person.
Coxhoe Youth Club
Fridays 6.00 pm until 6.50 pm for Year 7 and Year 8
Fridays 7.10 pm until 8.00 pm for Year 9 and older
Wednesdays 6.00 pm until 6.50 pm for Year 3 and Year 4
Wednesdays 7.10 pm until 8.00 pm for Year 5 and Year 6
Quarrington Hill Youth Club
Quarrington Hill Youth Club is currently not running, however please check the youth club facebook page for updates. Young people from Quarrington Hill are welcome to come to the Coxhoe Youth Clubs.
You will find both forms here:
Track and Trace
Due to track and trace we need all out young people to complete our online youth club membership form. This is so we have updated information for your child/ren – the youth club membership form is here or through the link above.
As we are limiting numbers, parents must book their child on to the youth club via our booking form.
You will then receive a confirmation email if your child has successfully gained a spot. These will go out weekly, so please do not be disheartened if you do not get a place one week. Please do not turn up if you have not reserved a place. Please do not attend youth club if you are self isolating or have any symptoms.
Arrival at Youth Club
Please arrive on time for the youth club session. Parents must drop off your child to ensure that they get into youth club. Please queue 2 meters apart whilst waiting to come inside. Money will be collected using a coin sorter.
Temperature Checks and Hand Washing
Staff will check your temperature upon arrival and anyone with a raised temperature will not be able to be admitted to the session. Young people will be asked to wash their hands upon arrival, in addition to every 20 minutes whilst inside the youth club.
The youth room will be cleaned before and after each use and in between sessions. All equipment will also be cleaned.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Staff will be wearing PPE which may include masks and face shields. Children over the age of 11 years old must wear a face mask unless exempt. There is a section on the booking form which asks you to state this. If your child has a ‘sunflower lanyard’ please encourage them to wear this.
Signs of Sickness
If your child shows symptoms during the session, we will notify you and you must collect your child immediately.
If your child or anyone in your immediate family has symptoms of Covid-19, please do not attend the session and take isolation guidance from the Government.
A risk assessment has been completed to include Covid-19, in all activities. The Parish Council’s Covid-19 risk assessment is available here. The building has also been assessed as COVID secure.
Please send your child with their own water bottle, which is easily identifiable or one which can be thrown away after use.
About the Youth Clubs
Coxhoe Parish Council have employed and sustained a youth team who deliver all the youth clubs above. In total there are 104 members of our Youth Clubs. You can read about our team on our Meet Our Children and Young People Team page.
We have a monthly schedule which caters for all of our members which include:
Air Hockey Table
Xbox and Wii Games
Arts and Crafts
Minute to win it challenges
Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Activities
We also have access to the Active Life Centre Astro Turf, Sports Hall and Dance Studio.
In addition, our Senior Youth Club have access to hot drinks and the Active Life Centre Wifi. Please note the password changes regularly, therefore young people only have access to this whilst they are at youth club.
We also access local sporting organisations to give our young people more opportunities. We also hold Christmas and Summer activities for our young people. Last year we held a Christmas Talent show for both parents and young people to showcase their talents. This event also included a variety of stalls, hot chocolate and mince pies.
We believe in giving young people the opportunity to reach their full potential. At our Coxhoe Senior Section their were a number of members who expressed they wanted to volunteer at the junior section. As a result we therefore developed an ambassador programme.
Young people are able to apply to be apart of this programme to help support the youth team as well as the junior section. They help with activities and provide positive role models to our younger members.
Our ambassadors also take part in the key fund project which helps young people to get together to think, plan, do and review their own projects to make them a reality. This has recently resulted in a ‘inflatable fun day’ for our Coxhoe youth clubs.
To find out more information on this programme contact us on email@example.com.
Find us on facebook and instagram to keep up to date with information.
Instagram – @CQHYouthClub
Facebook – Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill Young People Facebook Page
General Data Protection Regulations
Young People cannot attend youth clubs if parents have not submitted the required forms. Coxhoe Parish Council is required by the General Data Protection Regulations to update its privacy notices and get consent from everyone whose information we hold.
The Council’s Youth Service currently holds information about your child or children, usually a consent form and a signed ground rules form.
If you wish for your child to attend the youth clubs, and for their and your information to be kept securely by Council staff please complete the membership form at the top of the page. Failure to do so will, we are afraid, result in your child being denied access to the youth clubs and activities.
To understand how we process your information, we request that you read our Privacy Notice.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Claire Llewelyn, Parish Clerk.