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A Space for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics; Reflecting on Science Week 2022 at Paisley YMCA
As we come to the end of UK Science week, we reflect on the importance role science and technology plays in our weekly clubs available for our young people.
Paisley YMCA were thrilled to have been included in Darlington Service Design Lab online showcase event Change up! on the 26th October.
As we say goodbye to our weekly Social Circle project, we look back on the various important sessions we had with our young people and the value of this weekly project spanning several months. Social Circle was a social space for young people to come together and discuss current events, the online world and building … Continue reading Reflecting on Social Circle 💬
As our Tuesday night Social Circle sessions continue, we have introduced specific topics concerning relationships and interaction for our young people to discuss and debate with the help of our youth workers. This week’s session was a discussion between our youth workers and young people on the definition and examples of gaslighting, and how it … Continue reading What place does Gaslighting have in toxic relationships? Social Circle debates 💬
During the pandemic in accordance with government guidelines, many of our clubs were moved to online zoom calls every week as opposed to physically interacting in the space. In spite of this and the challenges it posed, Paisley YMCA were committed to giving their young people a space with our youth workers to enjoy club … Continue reading The New Dimension to Social Circle
Read about our collaboration with SoundPlay Projects in our Summer of Fun!
Our summer of gaming has begun! Last week, we opened our doors to the public for the first time since the lifting of lockdown restrictions in Scotland and the summer schedule has begun with our Summer Gaming Café!
This current time can be a confusing and difficult one for young people. Paisley YMCA’s Friday Night Drop In offers them a space for freedom and fun.
Young people are more digitally engaged than ever before, but that doesn’t mean they know it all right away. There is still a whole world of skills and ways to digitally express themselves that they have yet to explore and learn from. This is where Digital Design Club comes in!
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