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2 What are you up to this summer? Be one step ahead of the rest. Take part in the National Citizen Service. Want to know more? An exciting and fun, action packed experience that you can take part in during your summer holiday. Try activities you won t have done before and work in a group on a project of your own design to help your local community. Who can get involved? The National Citizen Service is open to anyone who is currently in year 11; regardless of background or future plans. Why do it? > Have the most memorable summer ever > It s free of charge > Make new friends > Change your community for the better What do you get? > Build your confidence, leadership and teamwork > Gain new skills for future education or employment > Not got anything to put on your CV? You will have after this!

3 There are three main parts to the National Citizen Service The Steps The biggest things I have learnt are to accept people from all walks of life and to jump in head first to any activity and never look back. I strongly recommend the course to anyone. Group Bonding Get to know the other young people in your group during the induction week and a five day outdoor adventure residential. Face the Challenge Learn valuable skills during a five day local community residential and open your eyes to the problems in your community. Then use what you have learned to plan your community project during the following week. Charmaine Take Action Time to get started with your community project and enjoy watching the difference you are making. Step 1 Look at The Prince s Trust website for more information: princes-trust.org.uk/ncs Community skills Outdoor adventure Tuesday: Been away for one amazing day. We went canoeing and then cooked our own food around a Went along to the induction session camp fire. with my dad which helped answer a few questions. Was feeling a bit Friday: nervous but everyone was really Last day, don t want to leave. friendly and I met other people who Best bits have been making new might also take part. Meeting the friends, living away from home and group again on Wednesday eve. climbing. Induction session Blog>> NCS BROCHURE CHOSEN.indd 7-9 Step 2 Register your interest or speak to someone by using the contact details on the back and you will be invited to the induction session Community project planning week Today was quite tough we had to make some big decisions about Spending second week away our community project we have from home good fun. I learned decided to launch an anti youth some really important skills today crime campaign. Another idea as we did first aid training and got was to set up a community sports Community project a qualification for it. My turn to day but it wasn t as popular in the delivery help cook the meal this evening survey we did. using the food hygiene skills learnt First showing of the DVD is yesterday. tomorrow eve. Haven t needed to Got home after a very successful see the group every day this week day of fundraising for our project. as we only need to meet up three Someone from a local business I managed to negotiate borrowing afternoons or evenings a week to came in to see us to do a a camera from a local business so deliver the project. marketing workshop. Thought that we can do the filming for the it was interesting, something I DVD we are producing. might want to do for a job. Our A few of us went for a coffee Programme Leader said that there in town to catch up after the would be time to discuss our future weekend. Saw a few people steps soon. wearing our campaign t-shirts which was great! Step 3 The induction session will take place before the start of the programme. You will need to attend this session to find out more about what you will be doing and to be selected onto the programme Celebration Our final celebration is today. I am really looking forward to it as apparently there is a bit of a surprise planned for us. What a great way to finish National Citizen Service. Our group will definitely keep in touch though. Step 4 Parental consent is vital. You will need a parent or guardian to fill out the consent form when it is given to you Signing up is really easy, but hurry as spaces are limited. 09/02/ :06

4 There are three main parts to the National Citizen Service The Steps The biggest things I have learnt are to accept people from all walks of life and to jump in head first to any activity and never look back. I strongly recommend the course to anyone. Group Bonding Get to know the other young people in your group during the induction week and a five day outdoor adventure residential. Face the Challenge Learn valuable skills during a five day local community residential and open your eyes to the problems in your community. Then use what you have learned to plan your community project during the following week. Charmaine Take Action Time to get started with your community project and enjoy watching the difference you are making. Step 1 Look at The Prince s Trust website for more information: princes-trust.org.uk/ncs Community skills Outdoor adventure Tuesday: Been away for one amazing day. We went canoeing and then cooked our own food around a Went along to the induction session camp fire. with my dad which helped answer a few questions. Was feeling a bit Friday: nervous but everyone was really Last day, don t want to leave. friendly and I met other people who Best bits have been making new might also take part. Meeting the friends, living away from home and group again on Wednesday eve. climbing. Induction session Blog>> NCS BROCHURE CHOSEN.indd 7-9 Step 2 Register your interest or speak to someone by using the contact details on the back and you will be invited to the induction session Community project planning week Today was quite tough we had to make some big decisions about Spending second week away our community project we have from home good fun. I learned decided to launch an anti youth some really important skills today crime campaign. Another idea as we did first aid training and got was to set up a community sports Community project a qualification for it. My turn to day but it wasn t as popular in the delivery help cook the meal this evening survey we did. using the food hygiene skills learnt First showing of the DVD is yesterday. tomorrow eve. Haven t needed to Got home after a very successful see the group every day this week day of fundraising for our project. as we only need to meet up three Someone from a local business I managed to negotiate borrowing afternoons or evenings a week to came in to see us to do a a camera from a local business so deliver the project. marketing workshop. Thought that we can do the filming for the it was interesting, something I DVD we are producing. might want to do for a job. Our A few of us went for a coffee Programme Leader said that there in town to catch up after the would be time to discuss our future weekend. Saw a few people steps soon. wearing our campaign t-shirts which was great! Step 3 The induction session will take place before the start of the programme. You will need to attend this session to find out more about what you will be doing and to be selected onto the programme Celebration Our final celebration is today. I am really looking forward to it as apparently there is a bit of a surprise planned for us. What a great way to finish National Citizen Service. Our group will definitely keep in touch though. Step 4 Parental consent is vital. You will need a parent or guardian to fill out the consent form when it is given to you Signing up is really easy, but hurry as spaces are limited. 09/02/ :06

5 There are three main parts to the National Citizen Service The Steps The biggest things I have learnt are to accept people from all walks of life and to jump in head first to any activity and never look back. I strongly recommend the course to anyone. Group Bonding Get to know the other young people in your group during the induction week and a five day outdoor adventure residential. Face the Challenge Learn valuable skills during a five day local community residential and open your eyes to the problems in your community. Then use what you have learned to plan your community project during the following week. Charmaine Take Action Time to get started with your community project and enjoy watching the difference you are making. Step 1 Look at The Prince s Trust website for more information: princes-trust.org.uk/ncs Community skills Outdoor adventure Tuesday: Been away for one amazing day. We went canoeing and then cooked our own food around a Went along to the induction session camp fire. with my dad which helped answer a few questions. Was feeling a bit Friday: nervous but everyone was really Last day, don t want to leave. friendly and I met other people who Best bits have been making new might also take part. Meeting the friends, living away from home and group again on Wednesday eve. climbing. Induction session Blog>> NCS BROCHURE CHOSEN.indd 7-9 Step 2 Register your interest or speak to someone by using the contact details on the back and you will be invited to the induction session Community project planning week Today was quite tough we had to make some big decisions about Spending second week away our community project we have from home good fun. I learned decided to launch an anti youth some really important skills today crime campaign. Another idea as we did first aid training and got was to set up a community sports Community project a qualification for it. My turn to day but it wasn t as popular in the delivery help cook the meal this evening survey we did. using the food hygiene skills learnt First showing of the DVD is yesterday. tomorrow eve. Haven t needed to Got home after a very successful see the group every day this week day of fundraising for our project. as we only need to meet up three Someone from a local business I managed to negotiate borrowing afternoons or evenings a week to came in to see us to do a a camera from a local business so deliver the project. marketing workshop. Thought that we can do the filming for the it was interesting, something I DVD we are producing. might want to do for a job. Our A few of us went for a coffee Programme Leader said that there in town to catch up after the would be time to discuss our future weekend. Saw a few people steps soon. wearing our campaign t-shirts which was great! Step 3 The induction session will take place before the start of the programme. You will need to attend this session to find out more about what you will be doing and to be selected onto the programme Celebration Our final celebration is today. I am really looking forward to it as apparently there is a bit of a surprise planned for us. What a great way to finish National Citizen Service. Our group will definitely keep in touch though. Step 4 Parental consent is vital. You will need a parent or guardian to fill out the consent form when it is given to you Signing up is really easy, but hurry as spaces are limited. 09/02/ :06

6 The course teaches you things that you don t learn in school. It gives you a chance to experience your neighbourhood in a completely different light, make and grow friendships while at the same time learning loads of valuable life skills. Marcus National Citizen Service is a coalition government initiative supporting young people to develop new skills and make a difference. It s FREE OF CHARGE and is being run all over England by different youth organisations The Prince s Trust is the UK s leading youth charity. The charity has helped more than 600,000 young people since We are running NCS in this region in partnership with experienced delivery organisations who we have long-standing relationships with. The safety records of delivery organisations, their activity centres and their outdoor adventure staff are audited and approved for appropriate health and safety and qualifications beforehand. Every course is led by a Programme Leader who has been trained by The Prince s Trust. All our programmes operate within matrix accredited quality standards. For more information please look at our website: princes-trust.org.uk/ncs or call: The Prince s Trust 18 Park Square East London NW1 4LH Telephone Fax DSN1281 The Prince s Trust all rights reserved. The Prince s Trust is a registered charity, incorporated by Royal Charter, in England and Wales ( ) and Scotland (SC041198).

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