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What’s on this summer?

Futureversity Greenwich Summer Youth Programme

This year to register and enrol on Futureversity activities in Greenwich, visit Young Greenwich where it’s free to register, enrol and take part!

Ever thought about becoming an athlete, having a job in the City or learning how to sing like a pro?

At Futureversity we are committed to offering summer activities to the young people of Greenwich.

Summer activities will run from 26th July to 20th August 2021. Run by industry professionals live online, activities are FREE for aged 10 to 19 year olds who live, work and study in the borough or up to 25 years of age for individuals with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

Register and enrol via Young Greenwich between Monday 28th June and Sunday 25th July 2021.

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Our Programmes

We provide free courses and activities for 10 – 25 year olds that aim help them develop the skills and self-belief they need to make the most of their lives. Our programmes have been proven to raise aspirations, reduce youth crime, break down racial tensions and get unemployed young people off benefits and into work.

What we do

We deliver fun and engaging courses to young people during the holidays to prevent social isolation, develop new skills and bridge the attainment gap.

Futureversity is now a project of Open Door.

As a long-standing charity, Open Door is committed to continuing the delivery of excellent and innovative programmes for young people to make a real and significant impact on their lives.

We tackle what we call the “Educational Blindspot” that young people from disadvantaged communities experience during their school holidays. All young people spend 25% of their time not in school. When school gates close, a multitude of issues arises for those young people from more marginalised and disadvantaged backgrounds.