Our Youth sessions are run by a fantastic professional group; they are second to none in the youth club area. They have been providing positive activities for children and young people in Camp Hill for the last 40 years. The Den is fully equipped with the latest gear! We have two pool tables for the ultimate chill out zone or party area, which is also perfect for team building events.  

Who are we? Targeted Support for Young People (TS4YP) inspires young people to achieve the skills to manage their lives and what it brings through a creative, challenging and supportive approach. TS4YP has a unique method which is developed through a 'youth work' approach: 'The key focus of youth work is to enable young people to develop holistically  working with them to facilitate their personal, social and educational development, to enable them to develop their voice, influence and place in society, and to reach their full potential' (National Occupational Standards  2010).  

Youth work is a profession that requires degree qualification specifically in Youth and Community Work as recognised by the national Joint Negotiating Committee.  In Warwickshire full time and substantive hour's staff working with referred young people are professional youth workers. Some referrals are allocated to extensively qualified staff directly supported by a youth worker.  

Why us?  We have a proven track record of engaging young people who are difficult to reach, and who are resistant to learning; providing them with the opportunity of gaining a positive destination or appropriate accreditation.  What we offer - If a young person meets the following criteria we can help; Are in care or on the edge of care, or who are not in education  employment or training (NEET) or at risk of this.  

Model 1 - One to One support  TS4YP take referrals from partner agencies  schools and young people themselves for young people who need individual support.  

Model 2 - Group Work  Our Group Work programme is delivered by professionally qualified, experienced and passionate staff with success in achieving outcomes with young people who have challenging behaviour. All our group work is underpinned not only by an individual approach but also dedicated one-to-one support by those who need it most.  

With the young person at the centre of the process, our programmes:    Recognise the skills and talents they already have and create an environment whereby they can challenge themselves and further develop those skills, 

  • Inspire young people to achieve by engaging them in self-directed personal and social skills development  
  • Develop the skills needed to manage the complex lives that many young people lead to day  
  • Prepare young people for work/training opportunities by helping them recognise what is needed to achieve their potential  

Two floor building has lift for easy wheelchair access. All activities for Youth Club are run on the ground floor. We also have a car park at the back of the building.

For further inquiries contact us on: 024 76 757 101 / 024 76 757 100  Come to the Youth Centre and fill out a form. Pay 50p and enjoy!    

Youth Club Opening Times:  

Tuesdays 6.15pm-8.15pm  School Yrs 7 & 8  Cooking  music  pool  arts  sports  projects and  support for young people around  issues that are important to them.  

Thursdays 6.15pm-8.15pm  School Yrs 9  10 & 11  Cooking  music  pool  arts  sports  projects and  support for young people around issues that are important to them.