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Girls Football

Thursay: 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Develop football skills, learn how to work in a team and increase fitness levels. Perfect your defence, attacking and shooting skills and learn to be part of a team. For girls aged 11-19 years. Girls can: make…

Girls Win

What is Girls Win? Girls Win uses sport to help young women with a disability (ages 16 – 25) set short, medium and long-term goals. It empowers young women to think more positively about their future, how goal setting can develop their prospects for the…

Glove Up Boxing Gym

Glove Up boxing gym for the community. Glove Up is for all the family from age 8 years upwards. We offer boxing, kickboxing, thai boxing, kettlebells, women boxing and much more.  Glove Up has taken boxing out of the dark…

Guidance for professionals on bullying

Bullying can make the lives of victims a misery; it can undermine their confidence and self esteem and can destroy their sense of security. The bullying guidance is part of a collection of guidance’s on how to prevent bullying outside of schools. Bullying is…

Hear Our Voice - Support for young people with a family member in prison

PACT (Prison Advice and Care Trust) provides one-to-one mentoring support to young people aged 7-17 affected by the imprisonment of a family member. This can include young people affected at any stage of the criminal justice system, from arrest to post-release. The support will usually…

Herne Hill Harriers

This service provides sporting activities for children and young people of all abilities. You will need to pay to use this facility.For children and young people aged 7-14 years.Children and young people can: learn a wide variety…

Homicide Service from Victim Support

The London Chlidren and Young People (CYP) service works with children and young people aged 4-17 (18-21 on a case-by-case basis) who have witnessed or have been bereaved by homicide. The CYP service provides practical, emotional support and advocacy service which support young people bereaved…

Honour Violence Helpline

The Honour Network is a national helpline for victims affected by forced marriage or honour based violence. The Service also offers advice to victims of domestic violence, Female Genital Mutilation FGM  and sexual abuse. The Service offers:

How to Keep Kids Safe Online

Tutorful, alongside Internet Matters, VSC and Barnardos, have created a page aimed at parents on how to keep their kids safe whilst online. The guide covers: creating boundaries online gaming safety how to stop cyber bullying mobile phone safety what is sexting social media…

How to Protect Your Children on Their Smartphone

For many parents, the convenience of knowing where their kids are at all times is more than enough to warrant the price of a smart phone. In fact, a solid 90% of children under the age of 16 in the UK have a mobile. But…