WELCOME TO THE HORBURY BREAKTHROUGH YOUTH PROJECT

Welcome to the Horbury Breakthrough Youth Project website. You can follow all the latest news on what our young people and youth workers get up to, who we are and what we do...

If you're aged 11-18 and want to meet other people your age for discussions, fun activities and great opportunities then Breakthrough Youth is for you!

Check out what people have to say about the project below!

'I really wanted to go to Alton Towers but did not like the idea of kayaking or camping. My grandma persuaded me to give it a go. The trip was amazing and so much fun thanks to the Horbury Breakthrough project leaders. I not only enjoyed Alton Towers, but overcame my fears of kayaking and camping. Now I feel more confident as a person and can go on boats and can now camp. I would like to thank everybody involved in this project for not just the great time I had but for the people I met. I have made friends for life thanks to this project.

(Young person on Camping trip Summer 2018)

'It is a place of comfort you can go for help and support and it helps people to not be isolated and a place to make new friends and have new opportunities'

'A place where people can spend time with their friends and people aren't judged'

(Young peoples feedback from evaluations of 2017-18)

'The project provides an invaluable service to the Academy, particularly in it’s support of our more vulnerable students. Staff are always pleasant and approachable and their commitment is fantastic both during the school day and in providing after school activities. The financial support they have also provided to reward student success and to allow students to visit the Holocaust Centre at Laxton and study the negative effects of persecution play a much valued role in influencing positive behaviours. Thank you to all the team for another fabulous year'

(Ian Lloyd - Horbury Academy Staff 2017-18)

'It means everything to me, it helps me forget about the problems in life and makes me happy'

'It's somewhere to feel better about myself'

(Young peoples feedback from evaluations of 2016-17)