Ian Thompson Youth Worker.
Ian has been involved in Youth & Community work for over 30 years. He has a wide range of experience in working with young people from the ages of 7 and up to 25 years of age. He has run youth clubs for 12 years and under and 13 years plus. He became a youth worker because he believes in youth and often feel they get bad press, many don’t get the life chances and experiences of their peers, much of his work in the past has been to redress this balance and give the youth of today opportunity to experience these experiences and to develop their own skills and potential. Ian has lots of experience with the Duke of Edinburgh award and for the past 13 years he has been positive activities and outdoor education manager in Teesside, using outdoor education and sport as a means to engage young people. Contact details for Ian can be found on our Councillors and Officers page.
Sean Davison Auxillary Youth Worker
Sean enjoys the sport and activity side of youth club in particular.
Lucy Lyons Casual Auxillary Youth Worker
Lucy is currently working in a nursery alongside her role as our Supply Auxiliary Youth Worker therefore has experience with children of all ages. She has a passion to work alongside children helping them in any way she can and feels that working in the Youth Club gives her the perfect opportunity to do so. She likes to get involved in activities with the children, such as dancing or arts and crafts, as she loves seeing them enjoy themselves as she did when attending the youth club as a child.
Rachel McGregor is also a Casual Auxillary Youth Worker who is part of the team.
Details of our new youth worker, Sarah Graham are to be published shortly.