Read on for this week’s personal story from one of our Young Reporters Ellie…
Young Reporter Ruby reflects on ways education work and how streaming or ability based classes might be holding young people back. Read on…
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VANEL are pleased to announce that we have a new programme getting underway. Our Removing Barriers to Work programme helps young people aged 18 to 30 years old to find their own personal pathways back into paid employment through learning, volunteering and undertaking community action projects with support in the communities where they live. Read on for all the details.
Our Cyber Security Training sessions return. Our first session is 30th October. These sessions are supported by NAVCA, funded by the National Cyber Security Centre and delivered by VANEL. Read on to find out more about the training, the session and how to book.
Charlotte Lowe is a former Young Reporter and since stopping writing the weekly articles for Grimsby Telegraph, she’s continued in her writing and journalism. Read on for an article she’s just written for the Telegraph community pages about a local fundraising event.
Last week (13th-19th May 2019) was National Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme this year was Body Image. A very powerful week of national support and campaigns, and locally our Young Reporters team worked hard to put together an exciting booklet of their thoughts and feelings on the issues involved. Read on to find out more and to access the booklet they produced.