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We are immensely proud of our Wythenshawe student Ravenn. Out of all the Year 11 leavers from the Manchester Secondary PRU, Ravenn has been presented with the Overall Achievement Award. What an amazing feat! Over the last 9 months, Ravenn has gone from strength to strength. She began the school year as a young person […]
MYL has been abroad! Some of our young people have just returned from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The volunteering expedition, jointly led with Out of The Box, was designed to encourage cross-cultural dialogue, youth-led activities, collaborative working and partnership building. Click Here to read about their amazing experiences.
Manchester Young Lives would like to acknowledge the brilliant efforts made by our young volunteers, along with the members of our Play & Youth staff, who have spent the last two Saturdays pitching for GMP Giving Back funding. The Greater Manchester Police have been awarding Giving Back funding to organisations across Manchester who are committed to tackling anti-social […]
Manchester Young Lives would like to extend a huge congratulations to all of the staff involved in our Independent School provision, for making this year’s Ofsted outcome possible. Thank you for your dedication, and for all of the hard work that you have contributed. After being inspected over a three-day period in March 2018, we are […]
Due to the adverse weather conditions all Manchester Secondary Pupil Referral Centres will be closed on Friday 2nd March 2018. This affects our school centres in Wythenshawe, Moss Side and Ardwick which will all be closed. All 3 centres will be back open as normal on Monday 5th March.
Across all of our centres, Manchester Young Lives is always astounded by the ability of our children and young people to respond to complex issues, such as hate crime, with maturity and intelligence. This was no different during our series of Hate Crime Awareness workshops at the Addy Young People’s Centre last week. These workshops, […]
MYL’s own Play and Youth worker Nozir Uddin, and Youth Engagement worker Lee-Ann Igbon were thrilled to be invited to afternoon tea with Eddy Newman, Lord Mayor of Manchester, on Wednesday 6th January 2018. Nozir, Lee-Ann and the councillors for Hulme were joined by other some other influential members of the Hulme community. The afternoon […]
Last Thursday, at Moss Side Millennium Powerhouse on 30th November, some members of our Youth Engagement team launched MYL’s CSE project evaluation: a review which has taken place in light of the project’s first full year in operation. They put a huge amount of work into hosting this dissemination event, which was delivered with great success. As well as wanting […]
It is always great to see members of our Manchester Young Lives team receiving recognition for their hard work and dedication. This month we have been particularly proud of our staff and young people, who have represented our organisation at three different awards ceremonies. Across these brilliant events we are delighted to announce that two […]
Manchester Young Lives are delighted to announce the launch of our Study Programmes project for young people aged 16-18, in partnership with Rathbone training. This new contract will ideally complement our existing programmes and provide transition for young people post 16. Please see below for further information: