Youth and Children’s Services
These programs support the skills and wellbeing of children and young women
Programs where mothers and children under the age of 5, join in fun activities. Mothers learn parenting skills i.e. child’s self-esteem, development, discipline and about age appropriate games and toys.
After-school Art and Craft
This is an opportunity for boys and girls in primary school to engage in activities that nurture their creative and imaginative talents. Children work as solo and as part of a team. Program is offered at various schools only.
After-school Study Support
Wellsprings offers students in primary schools the opportunity to get support with their homework or improve their study skills and catch up with the rest of the class if they are falling behind. This program is offered at selected schools only.
Wellsprings Girl Guides is a fun and educational program for girls aged 5-15 years old. The group meets weekly and engages in lots of diverse activities.
Multicultural Young Women’s Access to Sports (MYWATS)
MYWATS is a program for young women of migrant and/or refugee backgrounds aged 15 to 24, to introduce them to a range of sporting and physical activities available to them. The aim is to facilitate pathways for participation, address barriers and dispel myths and misconceptions which hold young women back from fully engaging in sports. The program is a mixture of “Having a Go” activities to fun sessions at local leisure centres to information on sporting gear and equipment.