Things to do for Teenagers York

Educational


Girlguiding in York

Whether your daughter wants to join Rainbows (5-7), Brownies (7-10), Guides (10-14) or Rangers (14-18), start her Girlguiding journey here.

Register her interest and find a unit in your area. The leader from your chosen unit will contact you.

Adventure, fun and friendship starts here!

‘My daughter has been in rainbows for a year and loves it. They follow a book to earn badges. They do different activities each week. It’s all just about giving them different experiences with a broad range.’

SF, Feb 19

‘My youngest daughter who is soon to be 6 goes and she loves it! My eldest also went before moving to Brownies. They do a great variety of activities and trips.’

RI, Feb 19

REGISTER HERE

Homework Club – New Earswick Folk Halll

Friday 3.30-4pm

A relaxed space for young people to come and catch up on homework before the weekend starts.

New Earswick Folk Hall
T: (01904) 769621

Routes2Success at York Learning

Looking for a programme which is small in numbers, where the staff are supportive and your needs are at the centre of what we do? Why not try Routes2Success, a programme for young people aged 16-19. Designed specifically to improve your skills and gain confidence to achieve your goals.

Tel: 01904 551056

Tool Box Project

Designed specifically to educate, engage and motivate Young people and Adults allowing them to get stuck into motor mechanics in a viberant and inspiring atmosphere. From changing a car wheel, to in-depth motorcycle engine work, our flexible bespoke learning packages will cater for all young people – right from the early age of 10!

Sleeper Path, 28 Station Avenuem, New Earswick, York, YO32 4BN
T: 01904 758157

York Duke of Edinburgh Open Award Group

We run Bronze Silver and Gold DofE – individuals and groups are welcome on the adventure.
We train in York over the winter and go on Expeditions in the summer in the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales.
Ages 13 (Year 9) to 18 (Year 13).

T: 07592834926

Yorkshire Ouse Sailing Club

We will create a safe training environment for adults and children to learn to handle boats and sailing techniques. As we are based on the river Ouse at Naburn, you will also get used to other river traffic, river current and the interesting effect that a river environment has on the wind.

Yorkshire Ouse Sailing Club, Ferry Lane, Naburn, YORK, Yo19 4PN
T: 01904 468251