The Grow project will focus on young people’s ability to engage in an external environment to gain important life skills which will promote sustainability, increase confidence, build teamwork through peer to peer engagement and improve physical and mental well-being, supporting them to reach their full potential.
Grow is an allotment based project where young people will take part and lead in activities, from designing the allotment to building a shed, learning how to grow fruit and vegetables. Young people will develop new skills in landscaping, horticulture, woodwork and up-cycling. Furthermore, this will allow young people to develop their confidence, knowledge, self-esteem, communication skills and teamwork. There is no other provision of this type within the local area. This provision is based at Shepperton Allotments, Triton Road, Caldwell, Nuneaton. To see up to date information, please visit our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/positiveimpactcic,
Our Grow Project delivers accredited qualifications from Princes Trust Achieve Programme. To find out more information please contact us or visit their website here.
The Grow project is currently closed during the winter months.
The Grow Project is designed to meet the needs of young people who are:
- Not in Education, Employment or Training or at risk
- Looked after
- Leaving care
- Have mental health issues
- Or just want to develop new skills
There are two ways to access this provision.
- Alternative Educational Provision- Please contact us for further information.
- Open access project for 11-16 year olds – TBA