Meet the staff & Volunteers
Please note all our staff are DBS checked and hold a Pediatric First Aid Training Certificate. Our staff also have the following training;
- Food & Hygiene Certificate
- Child Protection
- Adult & Child Safeguarding
We ensure all our staff have up to date training in order to deliver sessions with current knowledge and understanding.
Finance & Community Development Officer
Hey everyone, I’m Vicky I have been involved with the centre since I was 22 years old. Since joining the team at CCYCC my role has changed and adapted over the years as the work in the community has evolved. I came to Christ Church as a new mum with one GCSE with the willingness to train and learn where needed. In 2011, I achieved a BA Honours Degree in Business Management, which has given me a better understanding and knowledge of the Finance and Community Development position I do now at CCYCC. I have enjoyed my journey through the years with CCYCC and the members.
Children’s & Youth Manager
Hey, I’m Vân for those who don’t know me I’m the Children’s & Youth Manager, working across both projects; after schools club and Bootleway youth group. As a young person I used to attend Christ Church where I was able to achieve many awards right up to my Gold Duke of Edinburgh. Since then I’ve gone onto study at university where I’ve gained a 2:1 BA honours degree in Education with Childhood & Youth Studies. A big part of my job is to ensure all young people have a similar if not better experience of what I had as a young person to allow them to fulfill their dreams and aspirations.
Assistant Childcare Manager/Playworker and Youth worker
Hi I’m Paul aka the baker at CCYCC, I’m 26 years young. I started my journey at Christ Church as a young person attending the youth group progressing onto a volunteer where I gained many qualifications such as my CACHE L3 in Playwork, BELA, ASDAN and Gold Duke of Edinburgh. Currently I am a Teaching Assistant at Christ Church CE Primary School. Working in both establishments allows me to implement my transferrable skills in children’s and youth work.
Playworker & Youth worker
Hello everyone, I am Mikey and I am 24 years old.
I have been a member of the Christ Church staff team for 5 years now! I originally started as a volunteer in the youth centre and after 5 months volunteering I was offered a job role in the After School Club. Since then I have been given different roles in both After School Club and our youth provision. Alongside this I have also gained various qualifications such as CACHE Level 2, BELa and NVQ Level 3 in Youth Work, and currently working towards a CACHE Level 3 Play Work. A big part of my job role is to ensure the young people stay safe, have fun and enjoy themselves whilst also learning some important life skills along the way.
Playworker & Youthworker
Hi I’m Megan, I’m 17 years old and I’ve recently joined the After School Club team. I’ve been attending the centre since I was a little kid going from After School club to the youth groups which lead me to volunteering in the SPLASH holiday club when I left high school last summer. I am now part of the staff team and enjoying my learning journey to becoming a fully qualified playworker.
Youth Worker & Duke of Edinburgh Assessor
Hello I’m Sarah, I am 25 years old.
I began my journey at CCYCC when I was 11 years old, taking part in different award schemes where I was able to go on and achieve Bronze, Silver and Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards. During this I volunteered within the after schools club and was joined the team in 2010. Since then I have gone on to become a Duke of Edinburgh Assessor and now work in the Bootleway and Bridge projects, alongside my full time job in a sure start nursery.
Playworker & Youth Worker
Hi there I’m Enid, I have over 13 years work experience working with children who have complex needs at Crosby High School. I came to CCYCC as a casual Playworker which lead to a great opportunity to join the team permanently as a Youth worker for the BRIDGE group. This has allowed me to work closely in a challenging but rewarding environment which I feel enables me to offer a safe and enjoyable experience to young people.
Hi! I’m Mark, I came to Liverpool to study and gained a degree in History way back in 2001. Most of my life has been spent working with children and I hold several professional qualifications. My latest venture see me driving mostly for the After School Club but also for some of the youth trips. I love driving and gained prestigious IAM RoadSmart ‘Advanced Driver’ certificate and passed most of the ADI-Driving Instructor tests. I love meeting, working with and serving the children, young people and the centre staff and feel it’s a privilege to contribute to all their aims and hopes.