Established in 2011 Community Court Yard is a not for profit social enterprise that seeks to create a better world, through the delivery of social education projects which at their core are based around grassroots community engagement, specifically targeting young people and ex-offenders and their families.
Our work is rooted in challenging the narrative, in order to change the composition of the community by creating connections. Working relationally, bringing people together to create social change.
Our work uses a practical, hands on approach. With a focus on social education, it builds capacity by reconnecting people into their communities and utilises collective solutions which unlock potential and create social change for the individual and the wider community.
We want to change the composition of communities to celebrate talents and develop potential.
For us the best way of bringing about change is through creating a space where each person's authentic voice can be heard.
Working together to make a good idea great, is fundamental to all of the work that we undertake.
Our work champions collectivism.
As we know that doing something on your own is all well and good, but if positive social change is to become part of the fabric of society, then people power is needed to make changes that matter sustainable.
Is the founding CEO of Community Court Yard, a graduate in English, sociology and psychology; a JNC qualified youth worker having completed post graduate studies in youth community and play. A community organiser, who has completed a MA community cohesion management. CELTA qualified teacher, trustee of two national charities. It is her vision that has taken Community Court Yard on this holistic journey which builds capacity, creates resilience, through enabling young people and the significant adults in their lives to have a voice, influence and place in their communities and society as a whole.
Passionate about the power of stories as a tool to connect and create change
Graduate in politics, Trinity CertTesol qualified teacher, charity trustee, director of two not for profit social enterprises.
Passionate about intercambio approach to learning.
Specialises as a speech and language practioner with children in primary schools. Focusing on children and young people identified as neuro diverse.
Passionate about using the arts as a tool to connect and reconnect.
Transparency and accountability are important.
Our Advisory Board is a group of volunteers, they act as a critical friend to steer our direction and are an additional check on decision making by Directors.
The Advisory Board Members have a wealth of knowledge and experience in health, youth work, education, housing and business development.
At Community Court Yard, we are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.
This privacy notice explains when and why we collect personal information about people who attend our events and people who have chosen to take part in our research. We may need to make changes to this notice and will provide an up to date notice when changes happen. Any questions regarding this notice should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07925730772 or by visiting us.
What Community Court Yard ?
Community Court Yard (CCY) is collective of creative projects designed, developed and delivered by young people and the significant adults in their communities. Community Court Yard is a registered company by guarantee (number 107696918). The registered address is Ron Todd House. 41 Lea Road. Abington. Northampton. NN1 4PE
Community Court Yard has local communities of Northampton at its heart. Our work seeks to bring people together, create a space for authentic voices are heard which lead the way to the creation of projects that bring about social change
What information do we collect?
During your participation in the CCY programme, we may collect, store, and use the following kinds of personal information about you:
Why do we collect information about you?
How and by whom is your personal information collected and who has access to it?
Employees of the Participatory City Foundation, might collect your personal information as mentioned above under what information do we collect?
Further personal information shared specifically through interviews, workshops, and surveys will be collected and accessible to the employees of the Participatory City Foundations’ School Department. Interviews and workshops might be audio recorded for later use. In such case, audio recordings will be transcribed, and data will be anonymised.
In what ways do we publish and share your data?
Evaluation outcomes will be published through quarterly and annual reporting. The reports can be accessed in our shops or online. The reports will not include personal information. We might share personal data with other academic or research organisations if you have provided consent for this purpose. We will list any organisations who will receive any data prior to collecting it.
Who do we share your personal information with?
Are there any potential risks?
When you give us personal information, we take steps to treat it securely. Any information we collect will be held in our systems or in a locked cabinet.
Know your rights
You have a choice about if you wish to be contacted by us and if you wish for us to use any of your personal data for our research purposes. We will not contact you or use your data for research unless you have given your consent. You can change your preference at any time by contacting us by any of the following methods:
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