Youth Activities

The youth activities for the disadvantage and disabled children of Chiswick are run by the Trust’s brilliant Youth Leader Denny Anthony.

The youth activities are held during term time at afternoon and evening sessions between Mondays and Thursdays.  There are extra activities at half term and holidays with special off site residential breaks for those children who would not be able to get away during the summer holidays.

The Centre provides all comers a warm environment to chill out with friends in a relaxed and safe manner thereby helping to develop their social skills.

The services it offers are divided into three age groups

Activities offered to these groups include

Sporting activities – largely indoor on the premises

Soccer

Basketball

Table Tennis

Dodgeball

Volleyball

Tag Rugby

Pool

Badminton

 

Other activities

Dance

Drama

Table Football

Arts and Crafts

Cooking

Homework help

Advice and Guidance

Cafe

Multimedia workshops including a music studio with DJ and mixing workshops

In addition, the youth club also runs

  • Duke of Edinburgh programme: Hogarth Youth Centre is now facilitating the Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) programme.
  • Carol Heap Cup - Carol Heap Cup is a yearly 6-a-side football tournament.  The football tournament is a community event which brings new, present and past members of Hogarth Youth Centre together in order to raise money for a number of other charities.
  • Zest 4 Life - Zest 4 Life is a yearly spoken word talent competition which attracts over 100 people. Performances range from; Dance; Signing; Rap; Poetry; Bands and more.

 

In addition, the youth club also runs

  • Duke of Edinburgh programme: facilitating the DofE awards programme.
  • Carol Heap Cup is a yearly 6-a-side football tournament.  The football tournament is a community event which brings new, present and past members of Hogarth Youth Centre together in order to raise money for a number of other charities.
  • Zest 4 Life is a yearly spoken word talent competition which attracts over 100 people. Performances range from Dance, Signing, Rap, Poetry, Bands and more.

 

Recognising the quality of its service, the Youth Programme was awarded the Silver Level of the London Youth Quality Mark by the Federation of London Youth Clubs at the start of just its second year of independence.