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Organisation:             Achieve More ScotlandPost:                            Tennis Co-ordinator – Tennis Returns ProgrammeSalary:                         £15,000 - £18,500 fixed term until 31st January 2027Hours of Work:           17.5 per weekLocation:                     Office base in East Kilbride but substantial work across sites in Glasgow and LanarkshireStart date:                   mid-January 2024 Full job description here: Tennis-Coordinator-Job-DescriptionDownload Achieve More Scotland is a children and young people’s charity operating across Glasgow and Lanarkshire. Our mission is to improve life chances through play, sport and positive engagement, through positive engagement in

In today's ever-changing world, youth encounter challenges that can trigger overwhelming anxiety. But fret not, as we offer a comprehensive resource empowering young individuals with practical strategies to conquer anxiety and foster resilience

We are proud to support Children's Mental Health Week in 2023. This campaign was originated by Place2Be and it launched their first-ever Children’s Mental Health Week in 2015 to shine a spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s mental health.  Our work allow us to understand the impact that physical activity and community support can have on a child's mental health. We believe it is essential to approach it from a holistic perspective and we hope to spread the word

Whilst the focus of the nation’s attention has been on other matters this past few weeks, Achieve More Scotland has come across a recent report in The Herald newspaper which highlights that almost 4,000 children under the age of 18 in the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area were admitted to an acute site for malnutrition between 2018 to 2022. This is not acceptable and is a national disgrace. No child or young person in this country should be treated for

It is International Books Day! Let's celebrate remembering some fantastic books written by working class people World Book Day was created by UNESCO on 23rd April 1995 as a worldwide celebration of books and reading. It is marked in over 100 countries around the globe. The first World Book Day in the UK and Ireland took place in 1997 to encourage young people to discover the pleasure of reading. Today we wanted to take the opportunity to share some books written by