OYT South group voyage

Group Voyages

Some examples of group voyages

The following organisations are all examples of successful group voyages on board John Laing in recent years:

  • Stanbridge Earls School – for pupils with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties
  • Teenage Cancer Trust – young patients plus medical staff
  • Chichester XL Club – promoting achievement for young people facing difficulties at school
  • Naomi House Children’s Hospice – brothers and sisters of children with life-limiting conditions
  • Alfreton Park School – pupils with severe learning difficulties or profound and multiple learning difficulties
  • CHASE Children’s Hospice - brothers and sisters of children with life-limiting conditions
  • Sunnydown School - for pupils with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties
  • Devon and Cornwall Foyer - a charity working with homeless 16-25 year olds.
  • Isle of Wight group – young people funded by OYT South’s Isle of Wight support group
  • Devonport Grammar School
  • Parkside School
  • Park House School
  • MDL – exceptionally deserving young people sponsored by Marina Developments Ltd
  • Roundwood Club – Youth club in Brent which promotes challenging activities including the  Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme and includes many young people from ethnic minorities
  • Community Links – East London charity working with disadvantaged young people, many with special needs
  • International voyage – sponsored voyage for crew members of eight different nationalities
  • Dorset Youth Service
  • Southampton Young Carers
  • Shropshire Girl Guides Senior Section groups
  • Swalcliffe Park School - boys with emotional / behavioural difficulties
  • TS Swiftsure (Nautical Training Corps)
  • Toynbee Hall

 



“I just want to get back on a sailing boat and go back out to sea. A truly magical experience.” Sarah, group leader

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