Diversity House Youth Project was initiated in summer 2010. It was initially funded by Kent County council’s ‘Positive Activities for young people’ and is now fully affiliated to Kent Youth Project. Originally set up as a result of an influx of migrant communities settling in Swale. The scheme caters for the social needs of youths and the lack of self confidence within this group.
The Youth Project is not just for minority communities. It aims to attract a diverse range of children from all backgrounds and cultures. Although there are other youth projects running in the area, Diversity House aims to keep the scheme as affordable as possible to aid families with a lack of funds.
Diversity House believes the attendees have the opportunity to learn whilst having fun.
DJ Workshop For the remaining sessions of the DJ workshop with Joined Up Thinking (JIT), the kids continued to learn how to beat match songs and how to transition from one song to another song smoothly. They also practised picking songs that go well together considering the bpm and
Final Week of Summer Youth Club For the last session of the youth club, the kids paint African tribal masks. They used various coloured paints to design their masks cut out from cardboard. After lunch, they had a dance session directed by Shaney and Emily which they continued with
Week 4 of Summer Youth Club On the fourth week of the youth club, the kids did some arts and crafts. They were provided with wooden handmade African stamps and paper plates. Using various coloured paints, they used paint rollers to create beautiful images and adorned them with patterns
Week 3 of Summer Youth Club On the third week of the youth club, we had a games and arts & crafts day. There was a variety of games to play such as air hockey, ping pong, football and mini games such as Guess Who and Connect Four. Everyone
Joined Up Thinking (JUT) DJ Workshop During the past two weeks, Diversity house have been working alongside Joined Up Thinking (JUT) to host a DJ workshop which will run over the course of the Summer Holidays. DJ Kings Decree has taken time out to inspire and teach the youth
Week 2 of Summer Youth Club On the second week of the youth club, we had the privilege of having 4 officers from South East Reserve Forces and Cadet Association (SERFCA) come in to engage with the youth. In the morning, they started off with some fun icebreaker games.
On the 26th of July, Diversity House kick started its annual summer youth club. To break the ice, we started off by introducing ourselves to one another and saying one thing we liked. After that, we engaged in team building activities to engage the kids in working together and
Summer Youth Club On the last week of the youth club, we had a lesson on Africa. We started off by listing off the negative things that the media presents to us about the continent. This included poverty, living in huts in villages, lack of education, no provision of
Summer Youth Club 17th August 2018 On the third week of the youth club we educated the kids on the Raf as it the 100-year anniversary since WW1 ended. I was taken aback when all the kids told me that they knew nothing about the RAF and its history
Summer Youth Club On the second week of the youth club, the children engaged in a WW1 lesson. We started off by questioning them about what they knew about the war. A few knew about how it begun and the period of it. We discussed the 6 reasons why
2018 Summer Youth Club On the 3rd of August, Diversity House started the summer youth club. Children of different ages and backgrounds participated in all the activities set for the day. As everyone was new to each other, we began by introducing ourselves to one another and played
The Diversity House Youth Club lasted three days in July; each day with a variety of activities for the children to enjoy. Tuesday 25th July The kids had a trip to London touring the Black Cultural Archives, and a tour of the library