The Vale of Glamorgan Youth Service believes that young people regardless of race, ability, sexuality, gender, geography, creed or colour represent our most valuable resource.
We will establish partnerships with agencies, to ensure that young people will be given high quality provision offering positive choices and opportunities during their transition to adulthood in order to achieve their potential as empowered individuals, through participation in education initiatives that address issues affecting them.
The Vale of Glamorgan Youth Service establishes partnerships with agencies to help young people achieve their potential as empowered individuals, through participation in initiatives that address issues affecting them.
We are proud of what we have achieved with the dedication, professionalism and support of our youth workers, both paid and voluntary.
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Find out more about the Vale Youth Service
We aim to:
Establish and work in partnership with the people of the Vale of Glamorgan, to promote their personal, educational, social and cultural development.
Cater for identified learning needs, and to pay special attention to those young people and adults whose learning needs are most severe.
Become a service whose systems and contents are negotiated with participants, and a service for which participants share responsibility
Provide opportunities for young people and professionals to develop decision – making skills in matters, which affect themselves and their peers, and to understand and participate in the democratic process.
Mission and Values
Information about the service including policy and procedures
Opportunities for informal learning including where you can go to get involved!
D of E
Mobile Provision- V-Pod
Latest information and news about the mobile provision
Detached Youth Work across the Vale in high Anti Social Behaviour locations
Mobile skate ramp available for summer events and activities with the street team
Find a link to all youth clubs, open times and locations across the Vale
Youth cabinet, Youth Mayor, Youth Action groups and the Rights Ambassadors
Support for young people during their transition from primary to secondary school
School Transitions Project
Sexual Health, Relationships and access to the C-Card scheme
Support and programme for young people with additional emotional needs
Training provider for young people that are excluded from mainstream education
Training and Support
Training available in house and via external partners here!
G2E Schools, D2E school support and our Learning Coach
Opportunities to be involved in learning abroad and in different cultures and experiences
Youth Services Partnership Newsletters