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  • ARBORETUM, DUNKIRK AND LENTON, RADFORD AND PARK AREA COMMITTEE 19 SEPTEMBER 2012

    Title of paper: Childrens play and youth provision in Area 4 Director(s)/ Corporate Director(s):

    Tim ONeill Director of Family Community Teams 0115 8762341 tim.oneill@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

    Wards affected: Arboretum, Dunkirk and Lenton, Radford and Park

    Report author(s) and contact details:

    Julia Bramble Family Community Team Manager, Berridge and Arboretum 0115 8838202 julia.bramble@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

    Other colleagues who have provided input:

    Dene Widdowson Play/Youth Coordinator Arboretum ward Sue Mallender Play/Youth Coordinator Radford and Park, and Dunkirk and Lenton wards

    Relevant Council Plan Strategic Priority: World Class Nottingham Work in Nottingham Safer Nottingham Neighbourhood Nottingham Family Nottingham Healthy Nottingham Leading Nottingham Summary of issues (including benefits to citizens/service users): This report provides a review of current provision in wards and edge of wards by council and voluntary sectors. Appendix 1 details the current play and youth provision in the Arboretum ward. Appendix 2 details the current play and youth provision in the Radford ward. Appendix 3 details the current play and youth provision in the Dunkirk and Lenton ward. Recommendation(s): 1 That the Committee note that the Family Community Teams are working with the

    Partnership Council to support them in developing sustainable play and youth provision atTennyson Street Adventure play centre site in September 2012.

    2 That the Committee note that the Family Community Teams are trying to identify sustained funding to continue the transitional play session currently held at Radford Primary School.

    3 That the Committee note that the Family Community Teams are trying to identify an agency to develop services for play/youth provision around Colville Street, Arboretum.

    1. BACKGROUND 1.1 Family Community Teams (FCT) offer a full range of family support services

    including Children's Centres, Play, Youth, MALT CAMHS (Multi Agency Locality Teams, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service), Educational Psychology, Educational welfare, Disabled Children's Team and Youth Offending Team; all of which provide universal, targeted and specialist support for Children and Families.

  • 2. REASONS FOR RECOMMENDATIONS (INCLUDING OUTCOMES OF CONSULTATION) 2.1 Developing sustainable play and youth provision that improves aspirations and

    outcomes for children and young people must remain a priority. Family Community Team colleagues have a wealth of knowledge and skills in both play and youth delivery and are also able to support community provision. Citizens have highlighted areas where they would like to see more provision; this information has been gathered through session feedback, street work sessions and feedback from colleagues, Councillors and partners.

    2.2 The Central locality of family community teams have completed a mapping exercise,

    ensuring best use of limited resources, sustainable services and best outcomes for children and young people. Partnership working has enabled increased opportunities for service delivery.

    3. OTHER OPTIONS CONSIDERED IN MAKING RECOMMENDATIONS 3.1 .None 4. FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS (INCLUDING VALUE FOR MONEY) 4.1 None 5. RISK MANAGEMENT ISSUES (INCLUDING LEGAL IMPLICATIONS, CRIME AND DISORDER ACT IMPLICATIONS AND EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY IMPLICATIONS) 5.1 All provision should be inclusive for all children and young people FCT data is

    analysed monthly using the Softsmart data system and appendices 4, 5 and 6 provide a breakdown for Arboretum, Radford and Park and Dunkirk and Lenton wards.

    6. EQUALITY IMPACT ASSESSMENTS (EIAs) 6.1 An Equality Impact Assessment is not required as this report does not include proposals for new or changing policies, services or functions 7. LIST OF BACKGROUND PAPERS OTHER THAN PUBLISHED WORKS OR THOSE DISCLOSING CONFIDENTIAL OR EXEMPT INFORMATION 7.1 None 8. PUBLISHED DOCUMENTS REFERRED TO IN COMPILING THIS REPORT 8.1 None

  • Appendix 1 Arboretum ward July 2012 Family community team budget for Youth and Play provision in this ward to include staffing and delivery = 59,472 Family Community team Provision:

    Monday various times between 3-9.30pm Street work around Tennyson Street, Colville Street area, average contact with 10 young people

    Tuesday 6.309pm - Nottingham Deaf Youth club, average attendance = 8 Wednesday 1-4pm (during Summer) - Family fun on the Forest, average

    attendance = 80 Wednesday - 6.30-8.30pm Transition session at Hyson Green Youth Club for ages

    8 12 years, average attendance = 20 Thursday -1-2pm Djanogly School Alternative learning group for ages 1114

    years, average attendance = 15 Thursday 7-9pm Hyson Green Youth club with C card for ages 1319 years,

    average attendance = 40 Friday 6-8 pm Hyson Green youth club for ages 1118 years average

    attendance = 30 Family Community team provision delivered jointly with partner agencies:

    Thursday 6-7 pm (during summer) Hyson Green Youth club Carnival dance practice, attendance= 30

    Thursday 5-7pm Hyson Green Youth club Journalism Course, average attendance = 7

    Friday - 35.45pm Basketball, average attendance = 12 A photography project will start mid August 2012

    Total attendances at Arboretum Family Community Team Play/Youth provision June 2011 June 2012 = 4492 attendances by 130 individuals Community / Voluntary provision:

    Monday 5.30 8.30pm Hyson Green Youth Club, average attendance = 50 Monday 7.30-9.00pm Nottingham 7th Scouts, Scout Network for ages 1825 years Monday 6.00-8.00pm (during summer) at Hyson Green Youth club Zodiac All Stars

    Carnival dance practice, attendance= 30 Tuesday 58pm Hyson Green Youth Club, average attendance = 50 Tuesday 79pm Nottingham 7th Scouts, Scouts for ages 10.514 years Tuesday 6-8pm (during summer) at Hyson Green Youth club Zodiac All Stars

    Carnival dance practice, attendance= 30 Tuesday 5-8pm Art Exchange - Young actors for 15-25 years and 5-7pm Youth

    Theatre for 11-14 years Wednesday 3.305.30pm Hyson Green Youth Club, after school club average

    attendance = 15 Wednesday 6-8pm Nottingham 7th Scouts Beavers for ages 6-8 years Wednesday 6.30-8.30pm Nottingham 7th Scouts Cub Scouts for ages 8 10.5

    years Thursday 3.305.30pm Hyson Green Youth Club, after school club average

    attendance = 15 Dream (Dance and Arts group) offer occasional sessions in the ward

  • Appendix 2 Radford and Park ward July 2012 Family community team budget for Youth and Play provision in this ward to include staffing and delivery = 47,621 Family Community team Provision:

    Thursday 5-6pm Multi Sports Session at John Carroll Leisure Centre for ages 10 14 years, average attendance = 10

    Family Community team provision delivered jointly with partner agencies:

    Wednesday 67.30pm Catch22 Kick Drugs project at John Carroll for ages 10-13 years, average attendance = 13

    Wednesday 7.30-9pm Catch22 Kick Drugs project at John Carroll for ages 14-19 years, average attendance = 13

    Friday 46pm (2-4pm during summer) Play session at All Souls Church Hall and Radford Recreation ground in partnership with Playworks Street play project for ages 5-13 years average attendance = 8

    Total attendances @ Radford Family Community Team Play/Youth provision June 2011 June 2012 = 1333 attendances by 45 individuals Community / Voluntary provision:

    Monday 7-10pm Shiefton Youth Club for ages 825 years Tuesday (during summer) 1-3pm Street Play/Play in the park at Independent

    Street, Boden Street and near Radford Primary School Wednesday Shiefton Lions Basketball team training Wednesday afternoons Councillor funded Playworks Street Play Session near

    John Carroll Leisure Centre and starting soon Councillor funded Groundworks street youth session

    Thursday 7-10pm Shiefton Youth Club for ages 825 years Friday 6.308.30pm Radford Primary Transitional Play Youth group (Councillor

    funded) for ages 1014 years, average attendance = 30 Friday 3.455.15pm Beavers and Cub Scouts for ages 6-11 years Shiefton Lions Basketball team, train on Wednesdays and play on Fridays in the

    local league. Shiefton Karate team (young people and adults) Mondays and Fridays Shiefton Badminton Juniors, Fridays 7-10pm

    Catch 22: Just Ask project, Youth Inclusion Project Radford Carnival Troupe dance group at St Peters Church Hall, 5 years-adult,

    costume making, street/carnival dance, Saturday afternoons John Carroll Leisure Centre 9am4pm Monday Friday Schools Out during

    summer holidays 28 Links community group hold events on special occasions on Kennington

    Road Park, near Southwold Primary School and Radford Childrens Centre, NG8 1QD. Very well attended with approximately 300 children coming to the Jubilee Party on 4th June, about 60% from Radford area, 35% from Leen Valley ward, 5% from elsewhere in the city.

  • Appendix 3 Dunkirk and Lenton ward July 2012 Family community team budget for Youth and Play provision in this ward to include staffing and delivery = 47,792 Family Community team Provision:

    Tuesday 3.305pm Arabic language class at Dunkirk Childrens Centre for ages 5-9 years

    Wednesdays (except 1st Wednesday of the month) 3.30-4.45pm - After school fun at Dunkirk Childrens Centre for ages 0-11 years

    First Wednesday of month 3.305.30pm Play session at Penn Avenue for ages 0-13 years

    Thursday 7-9pm Youth Club at Sheila Roper Community Centre for ages 11-19 years

    Saturday 1