Bowling for the boys

On Thursday 18th April 2019 ten boys who play for the Vallance U9 football team had a short trip to Shoreditch for Bowling. They were taken by the manager as a treat for the good season they had.

Easter 2019 Residential

Easter is a long holiday so it was good to take away 12 young people for 3 days. Six boys and six girls aged 16 and above went to the Hindleap Warren Resort in Surrey from 15th to 17th April 2019. The participants are members of the Vallance Youth Club and completed 2 workshops in the last 6 months so this residential was there reward. During the 3 days they completed team bonding activities and also took part in bite size workshops. This residential was in partnership with Ocean Youth Connections.

Girls Open Day Easter 2019

It was an afternoon open to all the local residents. Friday 12th April 2019 was the Girls Open Day event. The Girls Youth Club is looking for new recruits and opened its doors from 2pm to 6pm. There were over 100 young people that came over to see what is on offer at the sessions and also took part in games as well as have refreshments. Two local female councilors also attended to give their backing to the event.

Canary Wharf Sports Personality Awards 2019. Team of the Year

StartFragment In a sparkling ceremony at the East Winter Gardens on 9 April, Outward’s celebrated football team won the Canary Wharf Group’s Team of the Year award at the firm’s 18th Sports Personality of the Year event. The team, officially known as Vallance Disability Football Team, was one of a number of teams short-listed for the award. These teams had beaten competition from scores of other teams in Tower Hamlets. Given the competition, the win, says Abul Bashar, Outward’s inspirational coach, was a ‘massive achievement’. The team, CJ, Jonathan, Ryan, Shahin and captain Wobi, collected their award before an audience that included former Nottingham Forest, West Ham and Aston Villa strike

Get your Artistic Fun

Thank you to everyone at the VSCA SEND Club who helped and participated in today's fantastic art group! It was great fun and a real joy to get people together to express themselves creatively and use art as a way to communicate their feelings. Our theme was springtime, especially with Easter coming up soon, and everyone's different interpretations are really great to see; there are so many different styles and uses of creative media. Everyone's art pieces all together paint a picture of a lovely, vibrant community in Tower Hamlets. I'm thrilled at how well the group well and how popular it was too - one participant, Samantha, even told me that today's session was her favourite in a long time

U15 league finishes

The curtain has come down on another season for the Vallance U15 team. Their last league game in the HMSYFL (Hackney Marshes Saturday Youth Football League) was played Saturday 30th March 2019. They lost to the league runners up 5-1. After a slow start to the league Vallance finished in 3rd place. After the Easter break their will be the League Cup competition. The U15 manager said “As always we started off slowly and only had one victory in 4 than we picked up points and went on a run of 7 without defeat. The players have developed well as a unit and still learning about how we want them to play and get them prepared to eventually play for the senior team in 2 years. They have no games now

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