School holiday program full of fun & connection with peers

Our School Holiday Program this April was jam packed with some amazing activities for our youth. On the 17th, we had our Youth Week Event which saw Cameron Marbus of Aerosol_Obsessions host an awesome workshop to teach youth how to stencil and learn spray painting techniques, with each of them taking home a canvas creation. This activity was supported by Penrith City Council and Department of Communities and Justice.

On the 18th, we went on our park crawl, and ended up exploring Fairfield Park. The day was filled with lots of climbing, sliding and connecting with peers.

On the 19th we went to Bounce in Homebush. This was loads of fun with the youth enjoying themselves bouncing, playing dodgeball, rock climbing, and a parkour course.

On the 22nd we made our way to Clifton Gardens Reserve for some swimming and fishing. It was a gorgeous day with clear skies and sunshine.

And on the 23rd, we had a chill day at the Youth Hub, making jewellery, diamond art, baking a cake, movies, cooking the BBQs and just hanging out.

Throughout the school holiday program lots of amazing connections between peers were formed, and we were all exhausted by the end of each day, young people and our team included! So I’d say that this program was a success and all the youth had a fantastic time!

Kim Sutcliffe, NCNS Youth Worker

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