Our Vision

We are Valour Youth

Valour means being courageous when things go bad.  Things can go bad or upside down in a child's life for no reason of their own.

It could be that a child was born with a disability or they were neglected or abused by their parents when they were young, or they have been bullied or coerced to enter a gang.

Maybe it was none of these thing, the young person would like someone to talk to excel and achieve at school.

Valour Youth is here to support these young people!

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Valour means being courageous when things go bad.  Things can go bad or upside down in a child's life for no reason of their own.

It could be that a child was born with a disability or they were neglected or abused by their parents when they were young, or they have been bullied or coerced to enter a gang.

Maybe it was none of these thing, the young person would like someone to talk to excel and achieve at school.

Valour Youth is here to support these young people!

Valour Youth vision is to support young people realise their vision, hopes and aspirations. We are here to turn, wherever possible, dreams in to reality.

Valour Youth seeks to engage young people and help them build confidence to challenge negative perceptions they may face, which can create barriers later in their lives.

We assist them in problem solving and identifying high risk situations that could affect their long term plans, which can prevent them from achieving their goals.

Valour Youth Courses

Support that we offer:
  • Mentoring
  • Career Support
  • Anti-Social & Behavioural Management
  • Anger Management
  • Relationship Support
  • Restorative Justice/Mediation
We Provide 1-2-1 Educational, Social & Emotional Support for 7-16  year olds
We also provide accredited OCN London Courses for 13-16 Level E3- Level 2 Courses And Non-Accredited Courses In:
  • Personal career preparation
  • Developing personal study skills
  • Personal confidence and self-awareness
  • Developing skills for healthy living
  • Alcohol and drug misuse awareness
  • Independent living & food, drink and cooking
  • Nutrition, performance and healthy eating
  • Creative writing
  • Personal budgeting and money management
  • Making choices in pursuit of personal goals
  • Managing own personal relationship with others
  • Understanding personal and interpersonal conflict
  • Sex and relationship education
  • Citizenship
  • Peer mentoring
  • Drama, dance and music
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