If you are a young person (11-21) interested in finding out more about Generation Hope, why not join us at this fun event – meet GH members, eat nice food, play games and chill….
The second of four weekends to train our volunteers.
Join us as we spend the weekend in prayer and worship. Staff, trustees and volunteers of Hope UK will be together all weekend for this event.
It’s an awkward conversation isn’t it? Talking to your children about drugs! Here’s the issue though… 50% of young people wouldn’t initiate a conversation with their parents about drugs. Clearly then, we can’t bury our heads in the sand, we need to take the initiative. But, where to start?
Let’s Talk About Drugs is an evening, hosted by Hope UK (the Christian Drug Education Charity), intended to equip parents, with children of all ages (it’s really important to start the conversation early), to know how to;
- Identify drug-using behaviour in your children
- Speak to your children about drugs (or anything else for that matter; the skills are transferrable).
- Equip them to make drug-free choices.
The evening will include interactive activities, led by experts, and resources to take away with you.
The University Discovery Day for 14-18-year-olds.
The speaker, Jane Marshall, will deliver the workshop, which includes:
- Writing your personal statement
- Benefits of a degree
- Interview skills
- Identifying your transferable skills
Jane provides expert advice and guidance on university and job applications and interviews. She has a wealth of experience from eighteen years working at top universities and advising young people and adults on their applications and interviews. Alongside an excellent track record, with students achieving offers from universities all around the UK including Oxford, Cambridge, Durham, Exeter, LSE, Imperial, King’s and further afield, including overseas.