The Positive Youth Foundation’s Young Leaders braved the cold for a day of marshalling and motivating the resilient runners of the Winter Wolf Run 2017. A wake up call and a meet up at 7:30am on a rainy Saturday morning in November, saw a group of 15 sleepy faces, made up of staff and PYF

Coventry’s youth teamed up with a classical orchestra to produce an unforgettable night of music. The Changing Trax Electric Proms at Warwick Arts Centre provided a taste of things to come, should the city be successful in its bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021. Twelve musicians – aged between 16 and 22 – from Positive Youth

My Ramblings of this month can really only focus on one item, the recent ‘Changing Trax – Electric Proms’ delivered by our team on the 1st November. What a night! The young people and staff involved showed Coventry and our wider national partners what they are all about. Passion, determination and most of resilience. The

Michael Russel, Youth Engagement Officer with the Positive Youth Foundation was last week called up to the Irish Rugby team senior squad for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. The tournament, which will be held in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea and will be the fifteenth staging of the Rugby League World Cup


The Royal Shakespeare Company, nestled in the picturesque town of Stratford Upon Avon, home to William Shakespeare one of the most renowned writers. It see’s hordes of tourists walk its streets, but also now, young people of PYF treading its theatre boards and exploring exclusive back stage areas. The Positive Youth Foundation first became involved

The Positive Youth Foundation and St. Finbarrs GAA Club have further cemented their working partnership by confirming St. Finbarrs as a new location for the delivery of PYF sessions. One of the first sessions that will be delivered at St. Finbarrs is a Sports Leaders Level 1 course, being jointly delivered by both the sports

So here we go, with my first attempt at an intended monthly update from my position as CEO of PYF. The timing of this one is great, as we have recently witnessed a number of game changing events within our organisation and sector at large. My first thoughts are with the recent announcement by Coventry

As part of the ‘Routes to Ambition’ programme,  The Positive Youth Foundation are looking for a Creative Programmes Co-ordinator to lead on our offer to young people who are in need of additional support in relation to their personal, emotional and social wellbeing. The successful candidate will be a highly-focussed creative industry-related professional with extensive

At the Positive Youth Foundation, we often say that we wouldn’t be here without the young people, and it’s true, we wouldn’t! Our young people not only engage on our programmes, they advocate and educate us. They also play a huge part in leading the direction we, as an organisation, take. We have always had