Roseberry Community Consortium provides education, support, and outreach activities to disadvantaged groups of children and young people across the Tees Valley region.
Through the support of Sport England and the National Lottery Fund, we created a Community Activity Hub in Stockton-on-Tees in 2021, that contains a gym, dance studio, music rehearsal rooms, meeting/teaching room, vocal/music production recording studio and a multi-purpose audio/video recording studio.
StarmakerZ: Offering free music workshops in singing, dancing, and music tuition. Run every Saturday, 12pm to 2pm (excluding school holidays)
StarmakerZ Music Collective: A weekly choir celebrating neurodiversity and diversity. Run every Monday, 6pm to 7pm (doors open 5.30pm)
Street Safe Self-Defence: A class teaching anti-bullying techniques. Runs every Saturday, 10am to 12pm.
Parents and toddler group: To support parents/carers with young children, Runs every Thursday, 9.30am to 11.30am.
Neuro Network: An activity-based group running for adults, parents and children with neurodiverse conditions such as dyspraxia, dyslexia, autism, ADHD and other relevant neurodiverse conditions.
Stop The Bull: A project that supports children and young people Stand Tall Against Bullying.
Revise 2 Rise: An educational support class, that provides extra tutition for those who require further assistance with their maths & english.
Where Are We?
Our address: 78 Skinner Street, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1EG
We are only a 5 minute walk from Stockton High Street, off Yarm Lane.