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Latest news for young people

Latest news for young people

Find out more here about the latest news affecting Young People in York:

We want any young person aged 13 to 25 to tell us their thoughts on the Raise York website's Young People’s pages.

Raise York has a wide range of information pages specifically written for families, children and young people. Some information will be specifically targeted to those aged 16 to 18, however the information may also be useful to people aged 13 to 25. If you're a young person or work with young people, then we'd like to get your views on how we provide information and what may be missing.

Take part in our young people's information survey.

Consultation closes Friday 22 December 2023.

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Pinc College spring enrolment

Our College specialises in supporting Neurodivergent young people through their creative studies. We understand anxiety.

As we know, September isn't always the right start date!

For many reasons sometimes our young people need a Spring start.

We're still enrolling for our Art and Digital Art programme - ENGAGE at the Yorkshire Museum.

Students can study 4 or 5 days per week with us (10.00am to 2.00pm).

You can book a taster day with Pinc College.

York College open day

Considering study at York College?

The next open day is Monday 5 February 5.30pm to 8.00pm.

Book a taster day with York College.

Askham Bryan open day

The next open morning is Saturday 20 January 2024 at Askham Bryan College – Further Education Saturday Open Mornings – from 10.30am.

Find out more about the Askham Bryan open day.

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No appointment necessary. All under 18s are welcome.

Every Tuesday from 4.00pm to 6.30pm. At

Monkgate Health Centre, 31-35 Monkgate, York, YO31 7PB.

Aged 17 or under

You can also text the service on telephone: 07973 775692 to make an appointment Monday to Friday from 8.15am to 3.30pm.

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Find information on NHS careers including NHS apprenticeships.

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Reminder that Yormind website and Chit Chat podcast is here for you!

The Yormind website is designed specifically for young people in York and features a wealth of information about mental health conditions and misconceptions, mental health services and their referral processes and whether they are accepting new referrals.

The Chit Chat podcast is a new podcast that has real conversations with young people from York about their mental health, their struggles, when and where they got help and how they managed their mental health on a daily basis.

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Thank you to everyone who took part in our online website consultation. We will now review your feedback and let you know our responses and actions in the below You Said, We Did.

What you say really makes a difference. Don't just take our word for it see what has changed as a result of young people telling us what they think.

You said We did
It would be better if there was a more meaningful photo used for the drugs, alcohol and addiction thumbnail. We used a more meaningful photo.
The website is difficult to navigate because there are too many topics in some sections. We revised the thumbnails on the home page to help split up topics and changed page layouts, so the user can expand to find out more information.
You asked for information on Money matters. We have updated the website to include information on Money Matters, including Budgeting, money problems and debt, tax and pensions, banking and credit

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