Seniors

Seniors

Who is it for?

Seniors is for young people aged between 15 and 18.

What do they do?

Seniors take part in the Challenge Plus programme, which is made up of Projects and Challenges as follows...

Projects

These include taster sessions that act as an introduction to a topic and are then followed by a longer project that is designed and led by the young people.

Projects are grouped into three programme zones...

  • Community
  • Life Skills
  • Recreation & Leisure

Challenges

These are focussed on activities that could be completed by the group or as an individual ranging from 'Climb a Munro' to 'Review a local takeaway'.

There are also opportunities to work towards...

  • The Duke of Edinburgh Award
  • Young Volunteer Awards
  • Queen's Badge

It's all about learning new skills, making your own decisions and having fun. BB provides a safe environment to explore new possibilities and achieve personal goals while making friends and having adventures. And it's up to each young person to work out which opportunities are relevant for them, whether it's sport's officiating, fundraising or DIY.

Every young person should also expect...

  • To experience new challenges
  • To be listened to and have a say
  • To be respected and valued
  • To have fun
  • To have the opportunity to develop a personal Christian faith

What is the uniform?

Seniors wear a uniform consisting of a blue polo shirt and optional navy blue sweatshirt. On formal occasions boys will be asked to wear this with school trousers, school shoes and badges that they have earned on an arm band.

When do they meet?

The 3rd Enfield's Seniors meet on a Monday evening between 7:30pm and 9:15pm.

Getting in contact...

If you have any questions or would like more information please send us an email at info@3rdenfieldbb.co.uk.

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