Children & Young People's Network (CYPN)

     

The Children & Young People’s Network supports organisations to network and maintain up to date knowledge about issues that affect their work as well as supporting representation from the voluntary and community sector to be involved in decision making on strategic level boards within B&NES.

 

Subject to demand, we can also organise and put on training which has included Food Hygiene, First Aid and Playwork.

 

 

To join our free network click here!

 

Representing the Voluntary & Community Sector (VCS) working with children and young people in B&NES. The Children Young People’s

Network sends out monthly ebulletins to provide it's members with relevant information to ensure that the sector is informed and kept up to date with legislation and developments at a local and national level as well as funding and training opportunities. The Network aims to raise the profile of the sector in delivering and sustaining services for children and young people in B&NES.

 

 

CYPN Research project 2018

The Children Young People’s Network commissioned a research project at the start of 2018 looking at how our Network can be supported to work together more collaboratively.

Various groups were interviewed as part of the process and we have been given some really useful pointers for improving collboration across the Voluntary sector. If you would like to read the finished report please download it here! 

 

Children and Young People's Plan  2018-21.  The Children and Young People’s Plan (CYPP) describes how B&NES’s Children and Young People's sub group of the Health and Wellbeing Board and its partner agencies,  will provide the best joint approach to delivering services for children and young people. CYPN members contributed to the production of this in September 2017.

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