We run a Junior Warden scheme for children in year 5, reflecting the role played by our own Neighbourhood Wardens.
The aim of the scheme is to engage students in fun activities that educate them about issues affecting their local community such as recycling, gardening and road safety, while also developing an understanding of their health and wellbeing through sessions on healthy eating, exercise and treating one another with respect. Sessions run every two weeks throughout the year, during the school lunchtimes to ensure it does not take the children away from their essential school work.
Additionally, local partners such as Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue, St Johns Ambulance and Cambridgeshire Constabulary also get involved to discuss their role and work within the community. This gives the children the opportunity to further their learning alongside the curriculum and inspire them to get involved in other community projects.
We always receive very positive feedback from the schools and children we work with.
Chorus Homes News
20 Jun 19
At Drovers Place, you can choose from one and two bedroom apartments and three bedroom houses, available for shared ownership
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17 Jun 19
Luminus, part of the Places for People Group, has rebranded and become Chorus Homes.Find out more
16 Jan 20
Chorus Homes is installing Wi-Fi in its accommodation for older people, enabling residents to interact with friends and family.Find out more
30 Aug 19
Chorus Homes’ Ferry Project has been announced as a finalist in two categories at the prestigious 2019 Women in Housing Awards. The project is up for two awards in the ‘Woman of the Year: Homelessness/Care and support’ and ‘Improving the Lives of Women or Communities Award (large)’ categories, beating off competition from throughout the UK.Find out more