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Children and young people’s work

The adults in a meeting have a shared responsibility for making a reality of our claim that the presence of children and young people is valued and that everybody's needs and feelings matter.

Quaker Faith & Practice 12.01


Filing cabinetResources

 Publications to support work with children or young people, activity ideas and items to borrow

Stepping stonesTraining

Opportunities for meetings, individuals or groups to consider their work with children and young people, to develop fresh ideas and to explore new approaches

Young people forming a pyramidSupport

 People and approaches that can help you in your engagement with children and young people

People arranged in a Q shapeEvents

Opportunities for children and young people to come together in a Quaker setting, to develop spiritually, learn about themselves and Quakerism and have fun

Young people talkingPolicies and procedures

Policies and guidelines that govern BYM work with children and young people and examples of forms and templates 

Hands raised in the air Links and contacts

Contact details for the children and young people’s work staff team and links to the young people’s web site, other Quaker groups and other organisations