Children & Young People

A large number of residents and partner organisations are working together on a wide spectrum of issues affecting young people – including health, community safety, education, jobs and training as well as provision of activities and facilities.

 
Residents, schools, community groups and agencies such as Hattersley Children’s Centre, Tameside Youth Services and Greater Manchester Police play an active role, providing practical support for young people and their families.

Physical improvements such as the building of two new primary schools and a new high school, located just outside the area, have helped raise the level of educational attainment – with a sustained improvement at all ages over recent years.

At the younger end, the Hattersley Children’s Centre continues to provide children and their families with integrated early education and childcare, parenting support and a range of services including advice on health and specialist services.

Out of school hours, provision of youth clubs, sporting opportunities, a 5 -13’s club, activities at the Hattersley Cyber Café and a range of school holiday initiatives provide a variety  of opportunities for local young people to join in with.

The Children and Young People’s Theme Group is responsible for coordinating action on sport and leisure activities on behalf of a wide range of partners working with Hattersley Neighbourhood Partnership. Click here for more information.

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