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Kimberworth Park Community Partnership

Kimberworth Park Community Partnership is a small local charity whose membership includes individual local people/groups/statutory/voluntary organisations who work closely together to create a renewed sense of community spirit through taking action and delivering services/activities to meet local need. It has grown over twelve years from a community forum to a registered charity in 2011.

Services

The services the organisation provides includes ACE Project for school phobic young people and non attenders at school which is one to one support. Confidence Building for Young People, Young Volunteer Project, Play scheme for parents with young children aged 0-8 years, junior youth club for 8-11 year olds, weekly drop in for women (mums, babies and toddlers), Young People's Music Activity, Chat and Chill for young people with Autism, Luncheon Club for older people, Community Kitchen, Creative Writing Group, Garden Project, Community Gym, 50+ Group and Indoor Bowls for Older People.

Partnership working

Kimberworth Park Community Partnership has worked in partnership with various statutory organisations as well as with Voluntary Action Rotherham.

Comments from beneficiaries & partners

'I was isolated and depressed before I came to Chislett. I now feel part of the community' 'Its like one big family here, everyone gets along and its fun' Volunteering at KPCP has been really important and now feel part of something'

Every Child Matters Outcomes

Stay Safe

From Accidents
Risk assessments of all activities

From maltreatment, abuse or exploitation
Safeguarding policy

From violence

From bullying and discrimination
Clear approach to anti bullying

From crime or anti-social behaviour
Impact awareness of anti social behaviour

Be Healthy

Be physically healthy
Community Gym

Be emotionally or mentally healthy
One to one support

Be sexually healthy
One to one support

Have a healthy lifestyle
Healthy Eating Policy

Choose not to take drugs
One to one support

Enjoy and Achieve

Be ready for school
One to one support

Attend and enjoy school
One to one support

Achieve educational standards at primary level
Support school work/activity

Achieve educational standards at secondary level
Support school work/activity

Enjoy recreation
Variety of choices for children and young people

Achieve Economic Wellbeing

Engage in further education, employment and training
One to one support

Be ready for employment
One to one support

Live in decent homes and communities
Links with local housing

Access transport and material goods
Information and support for young people and adults

Live in households free from low income
One to one

Make a Positive Contribution

Engage in decision-making
All children and young children define their own needs and determine how these are met

Support the community or environment
Community focused activities

Choose not to offend, re-offend or engage in anti-social behaviour
One to one support

Choose not to bully or discriminate
One to one support and relevant activities

Develop self confidence and enterprising behaviours
Range of Group activities

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Company Limited by Guarantee No: 4445721.
Registered Charity No: 1141774.

Contact Details

Chislett Centre
Kimberworth Park Road
RotherhamS61 3JT
T: 01709 559805
E: dawn.kpcp@gmail.com
W: www.kimberworthpark.org.uk

Geographical area served

  • Kimberworth Park

Age ranges served

  • Early years 0-5
  • Primary 5-9
  • Primary 9-11
  • Secondary 11-13
  • Secondary 13-16

Staff

Kimberworth Park Community Partnership employs 12 staff.

Qualifications include Diploma in Youth and Community Work, MA in Fine Arts, MSc Organisations Development, MSc Community Regeneration.

Volunteers

Kimberworth Park Community Partnership has 12 volunteers.

Beneficiaries

Strengths

The organisation is person centred with a variety of services and activities that are needs focused.

And for the Future...

Additional information

  • Nominated Child Protection Officer
  • CRB checks

Policies in Place

  • Child Protection Policy
  • Safeguarding Policy
  • Equality & Diversity Policy
  • Health & Safety Policy
  • Recruitment & Selection Policy
  • Safe Lone Working Policy
  • Confidentiality Policy
  • Data Protection Policy
  • Volunteer Policy
  • Complaints Procedure
  • Internet and Email Usage Policy
  • Disciplinary and Grievance Procedure
  • Environmental Policy
  • Disability Discrimination Act Compliant
  • Marketing/Publicity Policy
  • Business Continuity Policy
  • User Involvement/Participation Policy
  • Service Users are involved in developing the service
  • Common Assessment Framework
  • Training and Development Plan

Quality Systems in Place

  • ISO 900