YOUTH, DISABILITY AND SPORT INCLUSION DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
PART TIME POST , 3 DAYS PER WEEK
ONE YEAR’S FUNDING SECURED AND SECOND YEAR AVAILABLE SUBJECT TO SUCCESSFUL MONITORING
SALARY : £ 28 000.00 PER ANNUM PRO RATA
To support the development of youth and sport opportunities within the local area with an emphasis on the inclusive elements of activities
- To develop new activities for disabled participants
- To organise out of school activities and outreach programmes
- To supervise holiday provision
- To provide inclusive activities on an outreach basis
- To attend multi agency and joint working meetings to develop local services
- To attend strategic planning meetings
- To apply for funding to expand and develop services
- To manage aspects of ECYPS Sport England programme
- To support participation and consultation events and engage young people in an inclusive format
- To engage young people in AQA accreditation
- To work in partnership with schools, the youth service, sports development teams, London Sport and Tottenham Hotspur Foundation and partners within the ECYPS consortium
- Qualification in sports based discipline
- Experience of working with young people in inclusive settings
- Understanding of equalities issues
- Understanding of the policies and procedures governing the provision of services to children and young people
- Willingness to attend upskilling and personal development training
- Experience of working within the voluntary sector
- Flexibility in organising working hours and the willingness to undertake evening/weekend work, as necessary to fulfil the requirements of the post
- Good IT skills
- Ability to drive
- Ability to write reports and project briefs
- Experience of producing funding proposals
- Experience of multi-agency working
- Experience of running accreditation programmes
- Knowledge of the AQA accreditation programme
- Willingness to develop AQA assessor skills
Anyone interested please submit your CV to:
Active communities in partnership with ECYPS are having their first Enfield Community Champions Tournament at Nightingale Academy on the 25th October 2014.
If you have a 7-a-side team and would like to participate please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (please note you will also need 3 reserves)
SPACES ARE LIMITED!!!
There will be an opportunity to try various sports including non-contact boxing and BMX.
Sponsored by ASDA Foundation.
BOUNTAGU COMMUNITY FESTIVAL
Wednesday 29th October 2014
1-4pm at Westbourne Community Hall
Come along and enjoy the a fun packed day with arts and craft, food and drikns, bouncy castle, face painting, commuity information. Come in fancy dress and enter the competion.
ECYPS will be there too!!!!!
Working Together 2013 now available on the DfE website: http://www.education.gov.uk/aboutdfe/statutory/g00213160/working-together-to-safeguard-children.
A Written Ministerial Statement is currently available here: http://www.parliament.uk/documents/commons-vote-office/March-2013/21-3-13/4.EDUCATION-Working-Together-Safeguard-Children.pdf.
From a quick glance, some of the key points from the 97 page document are:
· Inclusion of a 45 day timescale for the completion of assessments (although the distinction between initial and core has been removed);
· Greater detail on the role and responsibilities of partners, including health;
· Appoint or removal of an LSCB Chair to sit with the local authority Chief Executive, working with the Lead Member for Children’s Services;
· No requirement to use systems methodology when conducting serious case reviews;
· Establishment of a “Panel of Experts on Serious Case Reviews”, to scrutinise the decision of LSCB Chairs on whether to conduct and publish SCRs.
Volant Charitable Trust
This trust was step up by J.K.Rowling to support charitable causes. The trust funds projects that alleviate social deprivation, with a particular emphasis on women's and childrens issues.
Upt to £30,000
Funds projects which address the social, emotional and financial needs of people a the margins of society
Funds organisations working with disabled children and their families.
Sports England Inspired Facilities Fund
porvides capital grants to refurbish or upgrade a community sports facility or convert an existing community venue for sports.
Enfield Residents's Priority Fund-Your chance to improve your local neighbourhood and get involved in local decision making!
Enfield Council is launching £2.1million fund for you to help address a social, econmic or environmental need in your ward, working with your local councillor.
To submit your idea you can visit www.enfield.gov.uk/residentsfund
If you would like to contact your local councillors email email@example.com
Ther are 21 wards to fund local projects that will help to tackle inequality or service provison locally.
This your chance to get involved. Why not let your councillors know how the money should be spent in your community. Consultations are taking place across Enfield.
For more information visit www.enfield.gov.uk/residentsfund
BIG Announces Additional £50 M to Voluntary and Community Sector (England)
The Big Lottery Fund (BIG) has announced that it is making an additional £50 million available in grant funding to the voluntary and community sector. As part of the funding package, BIG is making an additional £17million available to fund an additional 650 charitable and community projects through its two main open grants programmes:
- Reaching Communities
- Awards for All.
Over the next few months, BIG will also be offering grants of up to £10,000 to close to 1,000 existing BIG grant holders in the last 18 months of their projects to review the way they work and explore ways of becoming more sustainable. Activities could include:
- Developing a more effective operating model
- Partnership working
- Finding new ways to deliver activities in future.
Projects that are having a particularly significant impact will also receive an additional year’s worth of funding to continue their project and carry out plans to make their projects more sustainable in the long term
STAYING SAFE AWARDS-Community Help Point Scheme
We are delighted to announce that CHPS was awarded Children & Young People's Award 2008
Established in 2007, a pioneering scheme initiated by Claire Whetstone-Director of ECYPS, teamed up with Disabled Children's Joint Services, The Police Youth & Partnership Team, Local Safeguarding Board and Children's Fund. The CHPS scheme provides safe havens for vulnerable young people in Enfield. The aim of the scheme is to support young people in raising their awareness of personal safety issues, to facilitate the safe travel of young people with diverse support needs. If you are a young person out and about in Enfield and in need of assistant then help is at hand.......look out for the distinctive blue and white sticker in shops, libraries, businesses etc. For a full list of locations contact Shafiqul. If you are a local business and would like to take part contact Shafiqul for an information pack.
For more information regarding the CHPS scheme contact
Shafiqul on 020 8373 2683.