SIDA offers children a range of courses intended to support the work they do at school. We offer additional workshops in KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4 including GCSE English, Maths and Science.
Our Peer Mentoring sessions and Learn2Excel program offers one-to-one and small group tuition for primary, secondary and further education learners on a range of key topics and skill areas including.
● Sports Leadership
● Food Hygiene
● First Aid
● IT Introduction
Safety and Responsibilites
SIDE knows that children are vulnerable and seeks to help parents by re-inforcing the messages to uphold community justice, maintain street safety and avoid the dangers of youth offending and drugs
Saturdays during school term: Football and fun activities for children of our SIDA community schools takes place at local play grounds during school term.
Sunday football: Damilola Taylor at 1-5pm for the age group of 8-15 years olds. Tuesdays: Youth Football in Burgess Park for age groups of 16-24.
Fathers football games: Burges park, every Friday 8-10pm.
Team sports are a great way for young people to enjoy an active life in a competitive but safe and controlled environment where they learn the importance of teamwork.
Preparing for adulthood
SIDA runs a varirty of programs that help children prepare for the rigours and challenges of adult life. We focus on three main areas which gives young people the skills and confidence they need to survive and flourish in the outside world
● Volunteering Services
● Youth Parliament
● Community Work
● Youth work experience