Youth Group

Youth Group aims to be an inclusive and safe environment in which children can enjoy a variety of social activities, so that they develop good relationships with each other. We welcome all children, celebrating good behaviour and not welcoming behaviour which is hurtful.

Youth Group is open in Tiers 1-3 in a covid-secure environment for older Primary school and younger Secondary school children, most Fridays in term time in the Family Centre between 7&8pm (for school years 6&7) and between 8&9pm (for school years 8&9) . The Youth Group is staffed by Christians in Cherry Hinton who attend a variety of churches.

Maximum 15 children per session split into three areas: 
* One room has Computer games, 
* One room has a pool table, Table Tennis and table Football 
* The car park has swing football

All equipment is cleaned after each group uses it. 

During normal times there is Football, dodgeball and Unihoc in the floodlit car park give an opportunity for team games, Less strenuous games include darts and board games. There is always “something to think about” which takes a variety of forms, including themed games or informal discussion, and a Tuck shop to replenish sugar levels.  All of these remain closed in the coronavirus era. 

Date Start Time Location Title Description
Fri 21st May 18:30 Family Centre Large and Small Rooms Youth Group Youth Group: Around 30 upper primary and lower secondary school children spend term time Friday evenings playing five-a-side football, pool, table football, table tennis, darts, board games and computer games. There is food for the body (tuck shop) and for the mind and soul (epilogue)
One of the Church’s Community Groups.
Fri 28th May 18:30 Family Centre Large and Small Rooms Youth Group Youth Group: Around 30 upper primary and lower secondary school children spend term time Friday evenings playing five-a-side football, pool, table football, table tennis, darts, board games and computer games. There is food for the body (tuck shop) and for the mind and soul (epilogue)
One of the Church’s Community Groups.
Fri 4th Jun 18:30 Family Centre Large and Small Rooms Youth Group Youth Group: Around 30 upper primary and lower secondary school children spend term time Friday evenings playing five-a-side football, pool, table football, table tennis, darts, board games and computer games. There is food for the body (tuck shop) and for the mind and soul (epilogue)
One of the Church’s Community Groups.
Fri 11th Jun 18:30 Family Centre Large and Small Rooms Youth Group Youth Group: Around 30 upper primary and lower secondary school children spend term time Friday evenings playing five-a-side football, pool, table football, table tennis, darts, board games and computer games. There is food for the body (tuck shop) and for the mind and soul (epilogue)
One of the Church’s Community Groups.
Fri 18th Jun 18:30 Family Centre Large and Small Rooms Youth Group Youth Group: Around 30 upper primary and lower secondary school children spend term time Friday evenings playing five-a-side football, pool, table football, table tennis, darts, board games and computer games. There is food for the body (tuck shop) and for the mind and soul (epilogue)
One of the Church’s Community Groups.
Fri 25th Jun 18:30 Family Centre Large and Small Rooms Youth Group Youth Group: Around 30 upper primary and lower secondary school children spend term time Friday evenings playing five-a-side football, pool, table football, table tennis, darts, board games and computer games. There is food for the body (tuck shop) and for the mind and soul (epilogue)
One of the Church’s Community Groups.