Information and advice for young people including details of youth centres and projects, leisure activities and support services in Calderdale.
This information will help you to answer any questions you may have and to give you advice on who to speak to if you or someone you know is being bullied.
Search for local clubs and societies by name, interests or location.
Sports membership packages and the Passport to Leisure scheme give people access to a wide range of sport and leisure facilities at reduced prices.
Free activity sessions for young people aged 12 to 19 years. A chance to have a go at street dancing, football, dance mats and more!
Events, competitions, meetings and training courses are organised by a range of partners across Calderdale.
If you want to study a particular course it is very likely to be available in Calderdale. And to support you while you learn, financial assistance and concessionary bus and rail fares are available.
If you need to make a complaint about a school related issue it is important that you follow the correct procedure.
Young carers are children and young people who are the main carers of a sick or disabled parent or sibling.
Calderdale Youth Offending Team has responsibility for dealing with young people under the age of 18 who have been in trouble with the law, or are at risk of offending.
Interested in taking part in activities, learning a new skill, socialising with others ? Then Calderdale's youth centres are for you.
Youth Works drop-in is located in the basement of the YMCA in Halifax town centre. The drop-in is always staffed by two youth workers who can offer advice, information, support or guidance on the whole range of issues that affect young people.