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Working with young people

Working with young people

Phab has a long history of engaging with young people, including working with different schools who run their own “Phab Weeks” and more recently developing Phab Clubs at Universities and schools which are run by students.

  • Phab Clubs are now open at Universities in Nottingham, Warwick, Birmingham and Bristol, with Reading students supporting existing Phab Clubs in the town
  • Eton College opened its new Phab Club in November 2018, with Eton students joined by those from Heathfield School in Ascot and Eden School in Slough
  • Westminster School, Merchant Taylors’ and St. Helen’s Schools in Middlesex provide residential fun Phab Weeks for around 60 young people with disabilities each year, hosted by their senior pupils. (Please watch a short documentary about Westminster School's Phab week called 'Changing Perspectives' here and read a write-up of their 2018 Phab Week at Merchant Taylors' and St. Helen's here.)
  • Aldenham School in Hertfordshire held its first Phab Weekend in 2017 and continues to build on that achievement with new students becoming involved each year
  • Merchant Taylors’ School and St. Helen’s School now jointly run a Phab Club hosted by their students
  • Wellington College, after hosting a Phab Week for a number of years, continues to support Phab’s own fully accessible holiday projects and Phab Clubs

And we encourage young people, both with and without disabilities, to volunteer with Phab and local Phab Clubs, leading or helping to run their own Club, volunteering on different Phab Projects, organising events and fundraising.

Thank you for taking such great care of our children while giving them such an amazing, action-packed, exciting weekend at Aldenham. Everything was so thoughtfully, beautifully arranged and planned.

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