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Oxford University Museums and Collections (OUMC)

There are seven Oxford University Museums and Collections (OUMC), and each is an individual department of the University. Although they are largely separate organisations which differ in size, content, character, and infrastructure, they benefit from working together in many areas, as well as in partnership with external organisations. OUMC has a strong outreach and education ...

Oxford Young Enterprise

Oxford Young Enterprise believe that the potential of the UK’s young people is unlimited, and an academic education on its own is not enough. As a national charity they motivate young people to succeed in the changing world of work by equipping them with the work skills, knowledge and confidence they need. Through their hands-on ...

Oxfordshire Army Cadet Force 

Oxfordshire Army Cadet Force aim at inspiring young people in the core values of the Army Cadet Force. During a cadet’s career they will be given the opportunity to complete and compete in numerous activities such as First Aid, DofE (Duke of Edinburgh’s Award) and the BTEC Certificate in Public Services and Music (Equivalent to ...

Oxfordshire Youth

Oxfordshire Youth is the leading youth organisation for the youth sector in Oxfordshire. Their vision is for all young people to be empowered, feel respected and know that they are valued. They achieve this with, and through, their local network of youth sector organisations, together reaching over 26 000 young people. They believe that informal ...

OXPIP

OXPIP clinical team are specialists in parent-infant work. They focus on the relationship between parent and baby, observing the interaction to encourage the development of a strong and loving attachment. Parents get in touch for a variety of reasons which may include post natal depression, a baby that struggles to sleep or feed, anxieties about ...

OYAP Trust

OYAP empowers young people to make a difference to themselves and their communities through the Arts. Their projects offer creative opportunities for young people in Bicester, Cherwell, Oxfordshire, and beyond, giving encouragement and support to those who have few chances to access art and culture. They work in partnership with other organisations and inspirational artists ...

Pegasus Theatre

Pegasus has an excellent track record of creating inspiring and high quality projects which engage children and young people embracing difference and a diverse range of backgrounds. They actively reach out, especially through their inclusion programme, to those who are most excluded and vulnerable within society. They strive to integrate the life experience of children ...

Rape Crisis England & Wales

Rape Crisis England & Wales is the national umbrella body for a network of Rape Crisis Centres across England and Wales. Centres provide support services to women and girls of all ages who have experienced any form of sexual violence, at any time in their lives. Over half of their members also provide support services ...

RAW Workshop

RAW produce high quality products, offer superb services and work with many corporate, education, local government and private customers. They employ, train and support people from our communities who face prejudice and barriers to work. Over 85% of their team will be striving to succeed in the face of issues such as physical or learning ...

Rose Hill Junior Youth Club

Rose Hill Junior Youth Club is a responsive children’s charity supporting children, young people and families in and around Rose Hill in Oxford. They support children aged between 5-17 years old through free after-school youth clubs, holiday activity provision and a tailored one-to-one mentoring service. They also support families with weekly boxes of surplus food ...

South Oxfordshire Food and Education Alliance (SOFEA)

South Oxfordshire Food and Education Alliance (SOFEA) work with young people to build their employability, whilst providing nutritious food for those in need. Programmes for young people to build up skills in a safe judgement free zone. SOFEA alleviates multiple social problems: the need for jobs and training for disadvantaged young people; the demand for ...

SAFE! Support for Young People Affected by Crime

SAFE! works with young people who have been harmed by crime and bullying. SAFE! provides individually tailored support to help young people cope without responding physically or internalising their feelings; develop strategies to report incidents; and realise it is not their fault if they have been hurt. SAFE! uses protective behaviours and restorative approaches to ...

Sweatbox Youth Venue

The Sweatbox is a community youth centre for 11 – 18 year olds. Their venue consists of an American style diner space with a pool table, table football and a coffee bar selling snacks and drinks. Adjoining the coffee bar is a stage room featuring a sophisticated lighting and sound system and a wide range ...

Synolos

Synolos works with the following people: • Those with learning difficulties and autism • Those who are NEET (Not in Education, Training or Employment) • Those with low or no qualifications • Struggling at school in years 7-11 • Those who are young and unemployed • Dealing with mental health issues • Long-term unemployed, aged ...

Thame Youth Café

Thame Youth Café is primarily run and supported by volunteers. These individuals, from all walks of life, give up their time to hang out with the young people, feed them, play games with them, entertain them and create a safe, welcoming, non-judgmental environment. Oversight is provided by a committee under the umbrella charity – Thame ...

Thame Youth Projects

Thame Youth Projects is a group of engaged volunteers that employed a full-time youth worker in September 2019. They exist with the express aim of supporting the young people of Thame. They meet on a regular basis and also communicate with the town council, school and other interested parties to ensure that the work they ...

The Abingdon Bridge

The Abingdon Bridge champions the wellbeing and mental health of young people aged 13-25 across the Vale of White Horse and South Oxfordshire. They support young people to have the resilience to help overcome life’s challenges. They aim to: • Support young people with timely interventions when they need it. • Promote good mental health ...

Place2Be - Art Room service

Place2Be’s Art Room provision offers free art projects for primary aged children to make at home or school together with parents, carers or teachers. The creative projects can help adults and children to nurture their relationship whilst having fun making art together. Each project offers space to explore an engaging theme through stories, art and ...

Peeple

Peeple is a charity whose main purpose is to support parents/carers, babies and children to learn together by valuing and building on what families already do. Peep practitioners and families share information and ideas from their evidence-based Peep Learning Together Programme about how to make the most of the learning opportunities that surround us in ...

The Sunshine Centre

The Sunshine Centre are there to offer support to children and families within the local area. Their service aims to provide practical help and emotional support to families who need a little extra help and so they receive the best possible start in life. The Sunshine Centre was created to act as a hub for ...