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Liberty Jamboree - Sports Opportunities

Various sessions throughout the week

Liberty Jamboree offers various weekly sports opportunities for young people with SEND. We run Liberty Striders running club, Football training for boys and girls with opportunities to play in a PAN league and fitness sessions. We also offer taster sessions in  swimming, tag rugby, karate, netball with the aim to set these up as regular clubs in the future.   

Who to contact

Contact Name
Maggi Huckfield
Contact Position
Lead Worker

Where to go

Burntwood Youth Centre
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Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
From £4 per session
Service is Free


Referral required

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Additional Information

Liberty’s vision:  

“Young People & Adults with Special Educational Needs, Disabilities &/or Mental Ill Health enjoy great learning and participate fully within their communities."

Liberty’s aim:

“ To offer young people/adults with Special Educational Needs, Disabilities &/or Mental Ill Health equal opportunities within Staffordshire by developing  programmes which enable its members similar or the same experiences as any other young person”


Our strategic 6 goals: 

  1. To facilitate youth provisions focusing on social and emotional development opportunities, fun activities, independent living and life skills workshops as well as informal curriculum based activities to help develop young people’s resilience and social and emotional learning


  1. To provide a range of inclusive, adapted sporting opportunities to help promote a healthy, active lifestyles whilst encouraging team building and emotional wellbeing


  1. To offer needs led targeted projects focusing on group work and personal development such as ‘Sign and Sign’ Choir, Girls Group.


  1. To be a voice for young people and young adults with SEND and mental ill health, discussing and influencing issues that affect them and to develop and carry out social action projects.


  1. To offer targeted group work to young adults focusing on life skills, independent living, employability skills and travel training to learn, grow and develop - widening their world; we aim to empower each individual to increase their self-esteem and offer a chance to discover and develop, enabling them to be more visible within their communities.


  1. To empower and support young adults to organise a range of social activities such as day trips, evenings out, UK holidays and holidays abroad; becoming a social network of peer support.
Last updated: 11 Feb 2021
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