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Youth Organizations, Schools and Colleges that we collaborate with


St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School

St. Augustine’s is a two-form entry, Roman Catholic Primary School for pupils aged 4-11. St Augustine’s seek to create a friendly and supportive environment, where each child has the opportunity to develop spiritually, intellectually and socially. They encourage the children to aim for the highest possible standards in all that they do and know that all children are unique and by working in partnership with parents/carers, want them to reach their full potential and discover all their gifts and talents!  As a faith school, the catholic ethos is at the heart of all that they do.
See their website for more details:


St John the Baptist School, Woking

St John the Baptist School (SJB) is one of the two Catholic Senior Schools in our locality and offers a Sixth Form College on site.
Their mission is to be a Catholic School where every individual is highly valued and where care and concern for others is central to their work. All students are expected to achieve their full potential and become equipped for adult life. At SJB everything they do is guided by Gospel values.  See their website for more details


All Hallows Catholic School, Farnham

All Hallows School is one of two Catholic Senior Schools in our locality which also offers a Sixth Form College on site.
The Catholic ethos of All Hallows permeates all aspects of school life. The whole school community comes together regularly to pray and worship, through masses, liturgies and assemblies, as well as enjoying opportunities for reflection, reconciliation and remembrance. 

They have a beautiful Chapel that is used daily for House Liturgies and for weekly Friday morning Mass. There is a dedicated school chaplain and a chaplaincy team who support the Catholic life of the school in many ways throughout the school year.
Throughout the year students and staff come together to reach out to local, national and international charities, as well as to members of the local community, to offer fund-raising and other forms of support.

To find out more about the Catholic life of the school please visit:


The Hope Hub

The Hope Hub is committed to prevent and end homelessness in Surrey Heath Borough and surrounding areas.  Hope Hub work with a team of volunteers from general helpers, admin assistants, cleaners, drivers, cooks and much more.  In 2022-2023 they cooked 5000 meals for their clients and distributed 485 food parcels. If you need help to prevent yourself from becoming homelessness visit their website for more details

The Bible Society

In some parts of the world, the Scriptures are difficult to access or are simply unavailable. In this country, the Bible is readily available but has lost its significance and its value is unrecognised by millions.
The Bible Society works hard here at home and in key areas across the world to change this. They take the Bible and find ways to translate and distribute it, create digital formats, advocate for its place in society and help people relate to and make sense of it in their everyday lives.


Connect is a counselling service offering help and support to individuals, couples and families experiencing a range of problems, such as anxiety, depression, inability to cope, relationship issues, bereavement and more.
They abide by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions and the Association of Christian Counsellors Code of Ethics and Practice.


For over 25 years, Camberley Youth for Christ has sought to be good news to young people in and around Camberley, in a relevant and meaningful way.

The Children's Society

The Children’s Society supports children needing help (whether they are facing poverty, homelessness, sexual exploitation, trafficking, refugees, young carers, those with mental health issues) through practical measures, and also political lobbying.

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