General Information

The Rose Bowl youth programme is open access and children and young people can come and go as they please.

If a child is not feeling well for any reason, or recently tested positive for coronavirus they should not attend.

We ask that all children and young people using the centre fill in a registration form which can be done on the first visit. For children 8-12 years old this needs to be completed by a parent. Young people aged 13+ can complete one for themselves.

In the case of a personal emergency we will endeavour to make contact with the nominated emergency contact on the registation form.

If the building has to close for any reason, young people will be expected to make their own arrangements to get home. Use of a mobile phone will be provided on request.

All our staff are DBS checked on a regular basis and there is a qualified first aider on duty.

Support for Parents

We know that being a parent is not always easy and that all families need extra support at some stage. We are at hand to provide advice and programmes that can bring about positive change for families and young people. Typical issues that we can gelp with include improving school attendance, reducing risky behaviour and increasing aspirations.

Parents can use one of the services below to meet with a youth worker or you can contact us.

Parent Session

Early help service for Islington families with school age children Read more

Rose Bowl Youth Workers

Meet the play and youth work team, available for advice and support. Read more

Last updated: 7/6/2022 11:17AM