Breaking The Cycle
The Breaking The Cycle programme aims to break the cycle of youth violence by offering help to those who are on the verge of entering the justice system.
The Children in Need: Breaking The Cycle programme aims to work with those aged 8-19 with the aim of breaking the cycle of youth violence. To accomplish this, we offer 1:1 sessions as well as group sessions which will aim to improve resilience, help set and achieve goals, identify and tackle challenging behaviour as well as tackle risk factors shown in young people.
These sessions are flexible in terms of how we deliver them, they can take place during or after school hours as well as during the holidays. There is no cost involved for this programme to the individuals and we aim to provide unique opportunities using the power of the football club as well as the backing of the Premier League.
For Breaking the Cycle we are looking to work with any of the below:
– Any young person at risk of school failure through truancy/school refusal or exclusion.
– Any young person that participates in anti-social behaviour.
– Any young person known to mainstream/statutory services.
– Any young person that has previous exposure to violence both public and private.
– Any young person caught with a knife/ weapon (Must be their first offence)
Croydon and Sutton
Sara started playing football at a Wildcats session, and now plays for Crystal PalaceRead Her Story
From struggles at school to a job at the Palace shopRead Kyle's Story
'TROUBLE CHILD' FOUND BOXING AND HIS WHOLE LIFE CHANGEDRead Precieux's Story
Ruairi shining for the Foundation’s DS Eagles Football TeamRead Ruairi's Story