Workshop 5: Summarising Lessons Learned from CopeWell with Art: A UCL, JEDelve & ARTSMH Collaboration

After the nature walk, the JEDelve team along with the young people gathered back at the IOE Drama Studio for our fifth and final workshop – how time flies! This last workshop of the series was another key theme identified from our initial focus group interview: art! Young people expressed that they found solace inContinue reading “Workshop 5: Summarising Lessons Learned from CopeWell with Art: A UCL, JEDelve & ARTSMH Collaboration”

Workshop 4: Understanding Individual and Group Identities

For our fourth workshop, we invited JEDelve and it’s young people back to UCL’s Bloomsbury campus to wrap up our series of workshops. A key theme from the focus group interviews was the appreciation of having a social identity (and a safe space to belong) and the importance of disconnecting from devices to connect withContinue reading “Workshop 4: Understanding Individual and Group Identities”

Getting to Know JEDelve Over Pizza

Focus group session with the young people Having concluded our interviews with young people at JEDelve before Christmas, the UCL research team were now in a position to feedback to the group and come together to generate some ideas together. The scent of Domino’s pizza attracted the young people back into youth group – thisContinue reading “Getting to Know JEDelve Over Pizza”

Action at Acton Town

Meeting JEDelve staff and young people Between November and December 2021, Romane, Jaimie, and Ella visited the Friary Community Centre in Acton London, the base for Jamal Edwards Delve’s Charity (JEDelve), four times. We were most excited about meeting the JEDelve team and young people. To prepare for these meetings, the research assistant team pouredContinue reading “Action at Acton Town”