outreach

Summer Trip- Theatre 'We're going on a bear hunt'

Over a period of six weeks, we will be hosting a series of summer trips for young parents and their child(ren). If you are a young parent in Lambeth and are interested in this trip, please email admin@stmichaelsfellowship.org.uk or call 0208 835 9570 and ask to speak to a member of the outreach team for more details. Spaces are limited so please book in advance to guarantee a place.

Summer Trips

Throughout August, we will be hosting summer activities every Friday over a period of six weeks for young parents and their children.

These include: 

Photography Exhibition at the Black Cultural Archives

Our young parents group have taken part in an extensive photography course and their work is being displayed throughout July. The exhibition will open on July 4th and will be open for public viewing up untill the 15th.

Pop into the cafe at the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton to see the fabulous work from our talented young parents. You wont be let down! For more information, click here.

Challenging Stereotypes: a photography exhibition from our young parents

In partnership with London Connected Learning Centre, our young parents have spent the past eight weeks taking part in a photography programme. Members of our weekly group for young parents and their children, which meets every Friday in Brockwell Park were invited to attend the extensive course, aiming to develop their skills in digital technology, whilst creating a project that holds meaning to them.

Keyworking to support young parents

“You have been a passionate support worker who does more than just support.  You have instilled qualities that will remain with me for life.”

Last year, the outreach team worked on a one to one basis with 51 pregnant teenagers, 102 young mothers and 40 young fathers, in addition to running open weekly groups at Children's Centres around Lambeth.

Head of Outreach Michelle Lowe-Thompson explains why the keyworker model is uniquely effective.