Positive Youth Foundation is recruiting for Staying Safe Mentors who will work alongside front line professionals to provide a safe space for young people to understand and address behaviours. If you would be interested in applying for this role, please send a short summary (250-500 words) of why you feel you would suit this role
The ICC Cricket World Cup visited Coventry yesterday as part of its global Trophy Tour, which is currently running across the United Kingdom ahead of the tournament start at The Oval in London on 30 May.
A huge sculpture, made of 100,000 confiscated knives, arrives in Coventry on Thursday (March 14) as the city comes together to tackle knife crime. The 27-foot high Knife Angel, created by artist Alfie Bradley as employed and commissioned by the British Ironwork Centre in Oswestry, Shropshire’, is being installed at Coventry Cathedral where it will
A new programme to help young people make positive life choices and avoid the dangers of getting involved in knife crime and other forms of violence is being rolled out to every secondary school in Coventry. As part of its wide-ranging youth service offer, the Positive Youth Foundation (PYF) is leading on the Staying Safe
Join us from Monday 18th February – Friday 22nd February from 12 – 3pm at Sidney Stringer Academy. Activities include: Boxing, Multi-Sport, Youth Club, Football. For just £1 per day, 8 – 18 year olds can join in all of the activies! For information, contact: Cormac Whelan Health & Sport Programmes Coordinator 07940978971
A national conference looking at the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees in the UK is coming to Coventry this month. It will be first time ever that the Refugee Week Conference has been held in the city when it comes to Coventry Cathedral on Monday, February 11, and is the only one of its
Coventry City of Culture Trust was set up in 2015 to bid to be the City of Culture in 2021. Now that we have bee successful in securing the prestigious title, we are recruiting the team to deliver an amazing build-up programme, ambition UK City of Culture year in 2021 and legacy. We are a
Article, image credits and thanks to: Coventry Telegraph Positive Youth Foundation (PYF) celebrated the achievements of young people in Coventry with a night at the movies and also received the Queens Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) on the same evening.
PYF have expanded our work which helps young people make positive life choices and avoid the dangers of getting involved in matters relating to violence. The Staying Safe programme is being rolled out to every secondary school in Coventry. It is part-funded by the Home Office Knife Crime Community Fund as well as the from