Author: Antonette

Back To School

The good old days In September, all the back-to-school ads come back on our TVs. Some young people are returning to school or starting their apprenticeships. We were all complaining summer was over but reminiscing on the past years and when some of the older lots were in school helped us come to grips with…
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A Jam Packed Summer

Staying Closer to Home As we were in a pandemic last year, still quite a triggering word, everybody at CYP was determined to make this a summer to remember. So we’ve done a lot: Cally fest kicked it off, a mindful walk with the girls, the sports activities we did throughout the six weeks and…
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When in wales

Last Friday, CYP went to wales to Water Fall Country! Before Cyp, some of the young people took over the local MacDonalds to get their breakfast muffins. All with half-open eyes and huffing about how tired they were from ‘ having to wake up at ungodly hours ‘. I mean, what do you expect when…
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What goes on behind closed doors.

Trauma-Informed Practices in the Community with CAHMs At CYP we took part in a project for the Islington Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, on Trauma-Informed Practices in the Community (CiTIPs). The video captures CYP’s real experience of training provided by CAMHs on trauma-informed practice and general involvement in the community project. KJ, our Therapeutic…
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Let’s look back on July.

It was another great year at the Cally Festival Youth Stage! On Sunday 4th of July, Cally Festival celebrated its 10th year on the Cally, and we were proud to be part of it. Throughout the day, a wide variety of young talent entertained crowds of all ages on our Youth Stage. Throughout the day,…
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