13th November 2018
Our latest Ofsted inspection took place on the 13th November. It was a very positive experience and we look forward to sharing the report with you once it has been sent to us (hopefully this week). The inspectors look at all aspects of the provision from safeguarding to quality of teaching and are with us most of the day. They speak to staff, observe the daily routine and examine our paperwork. They also speak to parents.
We want to thank the parents who took the time to speak to the inspector and also all our staff who have put in the hard work every day.
from the 2nd October the garden will be out of action for a short time while we lay a section of artificial grass and update out out buildings.
26th September 2018
Please bare with us while we get our internet fixed. at the moment we are unable to access our email.
Update 31/10/18- email is all working again now although we lost a lot of emails. Please use email@example.com to contact the setting about the nursery, play schemes and any invoicing queries. Thank you
Unfortunately we will not be able to run a play scheme over the May half term due to staff holidays. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. The summer play scheme will be taking place as planned.
We urgently need to recruit a team of 4-6 trustees to get the youth centre back on it’s feet.
The need for a viable youth centre in Iver is just as relevant today as it was 20 odd years ago when the youth centre first opened. Youth work has a very important part to play in helping young people to gain confidence, gain skills and become productive members of the community. It is more than just a place they can hang out, although it gives them the safe space to just be with friends, a youth centre can be so much more. But to do that we need volunteer leaders and trustees.
In a volunteer trustee role you might only need to volunteer a few hours each term for termly trustee meetings. You would provide the drive to build attendance at the youth centre and help ensure it meets the statutory regulations. Ideally some of our trustees will have some relevant experience, perhaps in business, child protection, education or youth work although enthusiasm and energy is just a much a valuable resource for the project.
As a volunteer leader you would be fully trained through the Action 4 Youth training program for your role. This would include first aid training, behaviour management, safeguarding and lots more. We would like to ask for an initial commitment of about 12 months to make investment in training worthwhile. So perhaps 2 hrs a week. We do not have any set times of dates for sessions currently so that would be something that would be negotiated by the volunteer team at the start of the project.
By being part of the project you will be helping keep a vital community service running, gaining new skills, meeting new people and gaining experience.
The role might suit students in social work, teacher training, child development and other related area as a way of gaining experience working with young people (great for CV’s) although we don’t want to put any off! All ages welcome including retirees looking to try something different.
Please do get in touch on 01753 654546 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting on the 18th of April there will be a new biweekly session at the Evreham Youth Centre.
Want to learn to play but aren’t sure how? A fun morning with board games, pool, darts, table tennis and card games old and new.
1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month
Term Time only
At the Evreham Youth Centre, Swallow Street, Iver, SL0 0HS
£2.00 tea/coffee and cake provided
Disabled Access/Free Parking
From the 17th April 2018 Evreham Youth Centre will be hosting a meet for families home educating their children in the local area. This will run from 11am to 1pm and families will have a chance to socialise and use the centre facilities. £2/family