Hands-on, practical and explorative. Come and get stuck in at our Creativity Clubs.

Our Creativity Clubs give young people the opportunity to explore and investigate using practical experiments.

Blakelaw Creativity Club
We apologise that this club is temporarily closed until further notice.

Our code clubs are all about exploring the world of coding and computers, having fun and working together. At Code Club, children and young people learn how to code using lots of different tools and programming languages including Scratch, HTML/CSS and Python.

We also learn to control and play with LEGO robots, create controllers out of Picoboards and make portable games & gadgets with BBC micro:bits.

Code Club is temporarily online until further notice.

Our social action youth group is driven by young people aged 13-18.

In 2019 WEYDA officially rebranded as Stand4 with the help of Saatchi & Saatchi. Having initially focused on media and graphic art, Stand4 now delves further into social and civic issues. Since its first launch, they have successfully shared a number of projects and documentaries, including their project on Sugata’s self-organised learning, ‘Religious and Judged’ in 2014, and their latest campaign ‘the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Fake News.’


Our Tyne Tea’ers is a group of young people taking part in a 20-month heritage project funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The project aims to provide young people from ethnically diverse communities in the North East the opportunity to learn, explore and document the rich and diverse heritage of the River Tyne. Over the next couple of months, the young people will be working alongside local historians, conservationists & artists so they can curate their own art exhibition as well as produce a play and documentary.


Our 6-week learning programme, designed as a practical and team-based experience for KS2 primary school classes.

Inspired by the ‘real-life’ challenges and big questions faced by leading North East science, technology and engineering companies, pupils will work to solve a challenge over 5 weeks. On the sixth week, pupils have the opportunity to visit a leading North East STEM company/university faculty site with a bespoke tour around the areas of site relevant to challenge.



Some clubs we run every year, led by Success4All staff, but other clubs change from year to year as our talented volunteers often choose to lead their own clubs. These clubs may be about something, a skill or interest, that our volunteers want to share with our children and young people. Or the club idea may come directly from the interests of our children and young people.

Keep an eye on this page and our social media for announcements of new clubs!

Get in touch about a club you wish we had/would like to run (volunteers).