Schools out for the Summer and Kicsters, Ben and David, are back in Mossley!

The Kicsters Club have seen young people aged 8 – 18 come through the doors at Sneyd Community Association to take part in an expanded range of fun and exciting activities including DJ’ing, Videography, Web Design, Gaming & more!

Don’t just take our word for it, check out what’s been happening as you scroll down this page!

Monday 30th July & Tuesday 31st July 2018

This week Kicsters launched KIC Gaming, a competitive gaming club for young people to come together and take on their friends to reach the top spot on our KIC Gaming leaderboard.

Games featured over the two days included:

Gran Torismo Sport (Playstation 4)                                                1-2-Switch Tennis (Nintendo Switch)

1-2-Switch Eating Contest (Nintendo Switch)                             Mario Kart Deluxe (Nintendo Switch)

Kicsters also had the opportunity to take part in the development and building of our brand new Kicsters website (Coming Soon) that will become the safe place to go for young people wanting to learn new digital skills, share their talents and just have fun!

The website will become an online youth club for young people to engage with KIC and their friends!

Monday 6th August & Tuesday 7th August 2018

Today Kicsters came together to discuss how they can improve their Mental Health and Wellbeing. They also learnt the value of having a good friend & taking time out for themselves.

Monday 13th August & Tuesday 14th August 2018

Kicsters learn that Jeremy Corbyn is visiting Walsall and come up with a number of questions they would like to ask him. The focus of their questions were around the right to vote from the age of 16, how Jeremy would support young people, including those who have been empowered to take positive social action in their community, and what actions Jeremy would take when Britain leaves the European Union. Kicsters then recorded a short video of which has been sent to Jeremy Corbyns office.

Kicsters also discussed the support they would like to see for young people, especially those whose families are living on the breadline, want to learn new skills to equip them for work and those who are lonely.