Grow Enjoy Move Study (GEMS) is our after school activity programme for girls aged 6-18 years where they can have fun, express themselves and discover their talents while building their confidence and resilience.
Youth Mentoring is available to girls aged 8-18. One-to-one hybrid session each week, for at least 1 year. Monday to Thursday between 4.00 pm and 6.00 pm and Saturdays between 10.00 am and 12.30 pm.
If you would like to make a referral, please fill out our referral form and send it, along with the mentoring application form, filled out by the girl, to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 733 5283.
Spark provides a safe, supportive space for girls and young women of secondary school age to develop personally, achieve their potential and turn their aspirations into realities. Girls and young women are encouraged to explore and be daring, safe in the knowledge that they will be supported and guided by inspirational women!
Find out more about the Spark clubs and activities
For girls in year 10 and above to volunteer in afterschool clubs at BAYTREE (4-5pm or 5-6pm). Volunteers need to commit to one hour a week, for 6-10 weeks.
- One-to-one reading
- and many more
Volunteering is a great way for girls and young women to develop skills for life such as communication, time management, and teamwork skills, build their CV, as well as make a difference in their community.
Fridays Pizza & Chill
A fun space for girls and young women to come and hang out, meet new friends, play games and just have a chat. Sessions take place every first Friday of the month. For girls in years 8 and 9 the sessions run from 4:30-6:30pm, whilst the sessions for girls in years 10 and above, run from 5:15-8pm.
Into School at The Baytree Centre is a programme that facilitates the transition of newly-arrived girls into the UK education system.
Things are harder for those aged 16 and older: consultations with school admissions teams show that after age 16 years, girls are unlikely to be offered a place because they cannot achieve good GCSEs. Most girls who approach us report feeling isolated, discouraged or depressed when not in school.
- ESOL (English lessons)
- Sports classes
- Socialising and networking
- Mentorships for school and college application
- Fun activities
- Life in the UK
- Day trips to cultural sites
If you are a parent or guardian who would like to register a girl, please contact email@example.com, call 0207 733 5283 or visit us at The Baytree Centre. If you would like to make a referral, please fill out our referral form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 733 5283.