Nope, although we do like a game of pool. Open access offers something different, it offers a space for teenagers to be themselves, to act the way they want outside of the constraints of school and family. they can explore different behaviours, see the outcomes and develop skills to help share the world with others.
We are fully trained to discuss all manner of things, such as sexual health & relationships, substances & risk taking, friendships. we offer a shoulder to cry on and share their highs and lows, completely plugged into the Early help systems of the local authority and able to refer to all manner of services should the need arise.
- Music sessions and recording studios
- Outdoor hard courts for sports
- Indoor halls for Zorbs
- Arts and crafts
- Jewellery making
- PS4 consoles
But thinking about it, there is a lot of pool as well!