Young people events

  • Volunteer for the Summer Reading Challenge

    We are currently looking for young volunteers (aged 12 - 24 years) to help with the Summer Reading Challenge. Volunteers are needed from Saturday 24 June to Saturday 23 September to help at events and in libraries across the county. Find out more and download an application form here or contact d.molloy@worc.ac.uk

  • Shut Up and Write... Your EPQ - Wed, 23 August

    Completing an EPQ in the next academic year? why not get a head start by joining this free drop-in session.

    Refreshments provided.

    Open to all sixth form students.

    1 - 4pm

  • Open Mic Nights

    For 12 - 19 year olds. Last Friday of every month,

    6 - 8pm.

    25 August, 29 September, 27 October, 24 November, 22 December

    Showcase your own music, poetry or dance... or just come as you are.

    Book your act in: thehivelibrary@worcestershire.gov.uk or ask about our members' Facebook page.

  • Code Club

    Thursdays, term time only 6.307.30pm for 911 year-olds.

    Learn the skills of computer programming by creating computer games, animations and websites.

    For more information email a.neacsa@worc.ac.uk

     

     

  • 2 Counties Training Support

    2 Counties Training Programmes of Study include functional skills or GCSE as appropriate, plus vocational qualifications such as art, hospitality, construction and many more (work experience included). Ask about our expanding Traineeship Programme covering all areas of the work place, and often a stepping stone to apprenticeships.

    For more information contact: Kelly 07568130478

  • Worcester Spark Young Writers' Group

    If you are interested in creative writing, join our Worcester Spark Young Writers' Group and get inspired!

    The group meets once a month on a Saturday and is led by poet Nina Lewis.

    Places are limited so booking is advised.

    Register here.