Strengthening the voluntary sector children, young people
and family services
Exclusive for Spring/Summer term
Generic training includes child protection, CP & Diversity, FGM, knife crime/county lines, Impact of parental mental health, managing behavior.
Specialist training includes-Tools to support mental well being of children & young people, Child protection for sports organisations, reaching marginalised community members, Early interventions and prevention, Community Champion
ECYPS is an umbrella organisation co-ordinating and strengthening children and young persons' services. We provide advice and support to voluntary and community organisations working with children and young people aged 0-25 years.
A vital facet of our work includes providing support to families facing everyday challenges in their lives. ECYPS offers a wide range of programmes and direct services to improve and build
stronger families and stronger communities.
Multi-sports, table tennis, music, consoles, pool & a trip An opportunity to meet and socialise. What are you waiting for book via firstname.lastname@example.org or Text: 07533914575 for more details.
Building a Better Future-All young people deserve the best start in life, to be valued and encouraged to reach their full potential. At ECYPS we offer recreation and leisure activities to encourage leadership, team building, social and emotional development, improving well-being of children and young people.
DBS -now open an additional day!!!
Drop in Service every Thursday at the ARK from 10.00am-3.30pm and now available
The ARK, 500 Montagu Road, Edmonton N90UR
'A healthy outside starts from the inside'-Robert Urich
During the second lockdown we believe providing strategies to cope during this difficult and challenging time is the only way to improve mind, body and soul.
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SOFT PLAY - Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 9.30am-12.30 pm. For parents/carers with children aged 6 and under.
Social distancing must be followed and please wear masks in the building.
ECYPS has been awarded funding from various funders including The National Lottery, Trust for London and Community Fund. Thanks to all our funders for supporting us through Covid. For more information click here.
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Latest funding news
Queen's Jubilee Activity Fund-awards between £300-£5000 from a pot of national lottery funding. You will need to register your organisation prior to starting an application
Up to £10,000 for organisations making a difference to the lives of disabled children and their families.
Grants of £5000 for organisations whose activities nurture and support family life...more