Fusion activities at The Lexicon
Published 05 March 2019
The Fusion ProjectThe Fusion Project is an ongoing provision which optimises opportunities for young people and the local community through partnership working. Fusion is a provision which aims to engage and enable young people aged 10-12 years. The intention is to offer fun, challenging and fulfilling activities which cover a variety of topics; through safe, informal leisure-time activities.
These topics offer young people the chance to build and develop transferable skills whilst gaining ownership within the local community through delivering a Social Action Project. The topic contents are around; communication, leadership, exploring the community, confidence, positive relationships and behaviours.
The success of each project is measured through the community impact it has on that community. Along with supporting young people it is an opportunity to get the young people and the community working together and building bridges through intergenerational work and explore Social Action Project to impact positively on the whole community rather that a particular social group. Through doing this Fusion offer communities to share and build on collective focus, but also offer young people a support network within each community to optimise self-goals and opportunities.
A range of FREE activities have been planned for the summer as outlined below:-
Saturday 23 March, 2pm -4pm - Art & Crafts
Saturday 25 May, 2pm – 4pm - Graffit
Saturday 22 June, 2pm – 4pm - Archery
Saturday 27 July, 2pm – 4pm - Mini Challenges, games, puzzles, sports
Location: Bond Square (outside Waitrose)