Youth Voice – Antrim and Newtownabbey

Antrim and Newtownabbey is seeking YOUTH VOICE members to represent the voices of young people across the Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough.

Young People aged 16 – 21 years who live in the Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough are invited to apply to be part of the Youth Voice.

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This 2-year programme will be delivered by the Education Authority Youth Service in Partnership with Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council along with other statutory bodies.

Antrim and Newtownabbey Youth Voice information and application form

Teachers make a difference

The Solihull Approach offers:

  • A transformative way of thinking about emotional regulation, nurturing wellbeing and behaviour.
  • Professional training, short courses and bespoke offers for all staff.
  • Curriculum resources to structure and help bring lessons on emotional development to life.
  • Specific online courses on teenage brain development for pupils and for parents.
  • Free, accessible online courses for every parent (In Northern Ireland).
  • Online course for parents of children with additional needs.

Get Started in Brown & Lashes – Online Course from The Prince’s Trust (June 2023)

Online ‘Get Started with Brown & Lashes’ course from Prince’s Trust Northern Ireland for young people aged 16-30.


  • Build your skills in brows and lashes, or learn from scratch.
  • Learn tips and techniques from a professional.
  • Meet like-minded people.
  • The course is free and will not affect your benefits.


  • Taster day: Wed 7th June, 1-2pm
  • Course dates: Tues 13th to Thurs 15th June
  • Application deadline: Tues 6th June

LOCATION: Online via Microsoft Teams

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:  Aged 16-30 and not in fulltime employment or education

Find out more via webchat at: or simply download the poster and scan the QR code.

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Futureproof promoting the CYPSP Youth Wellness Web in the Banbridge Locality


Futureproof, delivering the PHA-funded Youth Engagement Service (YES), were recently invited by New-Bridge Integrated College to deliver an information session to Year 11 pupils. The session covered issues affecting young people and where to access appropriate help and support. One resource the young people were signposted to was the Youth Wellness Web, an online resource, funded and created by CYPSP in partnership with young people, to provide a clear and quality-assured source of information on children and young people’s emotional wellbeing and mental health. All attendees were also provided with an information sheet on how to access key services such as Text-A-Nurse, Childline and Lifeline.