BSCA’s homework club is open to young people aged 6 – 16 in the Bolton Borough who wish to improve their educational attainment. We offer support from Key Stage 2 up to GCSE level in Maths, Science and English. As well as this a programme of community activities are available to young people which encourages
Bolton Solidarity Community Association is committed to providing activities which is designed to build a cohesive community Our main focus is in the areas of Youth Provision, Health, Safer Communities, Community cohesion and Educational attainment, Immigration and Financial independence. The services we provide to meet these areas include FGM, Khat project, Youth Activities, Client Drop In Service, Homework Club and Crime prevention project. For more information on the contact or the activities provided on any of the projects mentioned please click on the link in the Our Work section.
We run football development for 6 to 9 years old very Sundays 12pm-2pm at Bolton one leisure centre staff and volunteers are fully qualified. All welcome if you are interested please contacts our football development team on 01204399239. Sunday Evening’s football for all 6pm-8pm. This session is for 13-16 years old to have fun and
We are aware of the culturally barriers that face a lot of women and girls from the new and emerging community and the activities we provide are culturally appropriate for them. We have organised activities to take groups of girls to Blackpool, Bowling and Paintballing. We are extremely proud that we were able to take
We arrange home visits for clients who cannot access our basement office due to disability, old age and childcare problems or poverty. We also assist other agency in overcoming language barriers by providing free interpreting service when they are supporting victims of Domestic Violence.
We created these workshops to help children and young people develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to appreciate the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. They promote responsibility towards the use of drugs, as well as other substances and relate these to their own actions, both now and in their future lives.
More and more young people are choosing to do their work experience at BSCA. Their work varies from doing admin to being out in the community helping out on projects. Feedback from schools, colleges, princess trust and the young people themselves have been great and the request are rolling year in year out. Want more