We are very pleased to have found 4 excellent Candidates to sponsor to take part in the 2015 Rotary Young Leaders Award Week at Grafham Water.
Good Luck to :
Katy Williamson (Ashtonkcj)
Octavia Stoodley (Ashtonkcj)
This year the programme runs from 4pm on Saturday 29th August until the morning of Saturday 5th September 2015. A full week of residential activities designed to build mental, social and intellectual confidence and self-awareness in young people.
The Rotary Youth Leadership Award programme is a mixture of carefully designed learning experiences, a business simulation, challenging exercises using the outdoors and feedback sessions delivered by professional trainers who have experience of working with young people in a challenging environment through education.
The students can be sponsored by either individual Rotary clubs or a group of clubs. Also, local organisations and companies can support RYLA by sponsoring a member of their staff whom they wish to develop. The sponsors simply pay for the fee and any expenses incurred - £600 for the week. It is important that the local rotary club has a key involvement in the selection of participants to uphold the standard of the programme.
LAST YEAR -
The group is split into 5 groups of 8 or 9 and given a colour name eg Purple.
Several club members popped over to Grafham Water to see how the RYLA Group for 2014 was getting on. The weather was lovely, sunny with a fresh breeze - perfect for water sports - and for watching the action from the shore or the decking. Alan and Sian met several reps from clubs across the District including Rtns Nick, Robin, Bill, Pat and Martin. We had a brief and very upbeat chat with Iain (our club candidate) as he transferred from Sailing to Canoeing, having started with Kayaking after Breakfast. He was suffering a little from the Night March they had all been sent on with torches and maps but seemed ready for anything.
The climbing wall looks massive!
Duncan, Paul and Alan were involved in judging various activities during the week - which was brilliant!
The week ended with a deliscious formal dinner on the Friday Night with Alan and Sian as guests and top table guests including Nick Corke DG 1080. The candidates were very welcoming and chatty hosts. After the meal each team performed a humerous summary of their week together and followed this by enjoying a very late night disco - where do they find the energy!
If you are 18 - 26yrs old and like a challenge - Please get in touch with the Cambridge South Rotary Club - email us by filling in the form below.
We will be looking for Candidates to sponsor in 2016 - APPLY over the next 9 months! (Deadline end May 2016)
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more The local area heat of a national competition run by the club to find Rotary Young Chef of the Year.(The District Final will be held 2 Mar13, the Regional Final will be 16 Mar13, both in District 1080) . Thank you Comberton Village College!
more District 1080 Winner of the Young Musician Competition cellist Olivia da Costa delighted us by playing a major work with the City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra conducted by Robert Hodge.
more Second Cambridge area Youth Speaks Competition 2012/2013 arranged by the South Cambridge Rotary Club. Organiser Rtn Alan Shipp.
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more District 1080 Final for the national Rotary Young Musician 2013 - hosted at The Leys School, Trumpington Road, Cambridge by the Rotary Club of South Cambridge.
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more The Comberton Village College Interact Club, sponsored by RC of South Cambridge, was chartered on 19 November 2002. The current President is Alexandria Van den Oever. This page gives an overview of the Charter event and recent activities.
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back This committee aims to put on events and support organisations that encourage and develope children and young people.