About Us

About Us

What we do

So, what are Full Effect’s aims?  We have a passion to empower young people to engage their peers and communities in the issues that matter most to them whilst developing key skills, aspirations, industry networks and employment opportunities.

How do we do this?  By offering Early Intervention programmes and building a wider support network for Young People:

Early intervention

Early intervention for primary and secondary aged children, working with teachers to identify those at risk of violent or criminal behaviour and provide them and their families with intensive support both in school and through community based diversionary activities.

Building a wider support network

To build a generation of aspirational young leaders in St Ann’s, helping them to create alternatives to violence and criminal behaviour. The young leaders will receive training to acquire formal qualifications as well as benefit from internships in London and Nottingham, and apprenticeships to give them a track record of work experience. In time, these young leaders will mentor and support the next generation.
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Full Effect Vision

Our overriding ambition is to be known as experts in the positive engagement of the community of St Ann’s and Sneinton, for we see potential in young people, not problems. We want to continue to deliver and develop the Full Effect model reducing the numbers of young people involved in youth violence and gangs and support them to positive futures. To achieve this aim, Epic and CRS will work in partnership to ensure an innovative and effective programme for children from 8 to 25 years old.

Our aim for the future is to build on the project’s successes, implement necessary changes and ensure the project has longevity and is recognised as one that is invaluable to the local communityof St Ann’s and Sneinton, and we are, to quote one of our main advocates, Nottingham Academy, “champions of the young people who are most at risk”.

Full Effect Vision

Our overriding ambition is to be known as experts in the positive engagement of the community of St Ann’s and Sneinton, for we see potential in young people, not problems. We want to continue to deliver and develop the Full Effect model reducing the numbers of young people involved in youth violence and gangs and support them to positive futures. To achieve this aim, Epic and CRS will work in partnership to ensure an innovative and effective programme for children from 8 to 25 years old.

Our aim for the future is to build on the project’s successes, implement necessary changes and ensure the project has longevity and is recognised as one that is invaluable to the local communityof St Ann’s and Sneinton, and we are, to quote one of our main advocates, Nottingham Academy, “champions of the young people who are most at risk”.
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Key Objectives

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CRS Team

Trevor Rose
Trevor RoseChief Executive Officer
Nick Sterrett
Nick SterrettStudio Manager / Producer / Development Worker
Rachael Flanagan
Rachael FlanaganAdmin & Project Co-ordinator / Outreach & Youth Worker
Jourdan Blair
Jourdan BlairYouth Engagement Worker / Artist / Writer
Nat Semple
Nat SempleYouth Engagement Worker
Nick Thompson
Nick ThompsonOutreach Worker
AJ Henry
AJ HenrySinging Teacher
Robyn Hughs-Jones
Robyn Hughs-JonesSinging Teacher
Aneesa Moeen
Aneesa MoeenYouth Engagement Worker
Jalle Clayhills
Jalle ClayhillsYouth Engagement Worker
Jamal Sterrett
Jamal SterrettMedia / Visuals

Epic Partners

Deidre Bowen
Deidre BowenCEO, Full Effect Lead
Peter Bewley
Peter BewleyTeam Lead
Bailey Duffield
Bailey Duffield Pastoral and Programme Officer
Michaela Castilo-Williams
Michaela Castilo-Williams Pastoral and Programme Officer
Thomas Heald
Thomas Heald Pastoral and Programme Officer
Cain Thomas
Cain Thomas Pastoral and Programme Officer
Chantelle Stefanovic
Chantelle Stefanovic Pastoral and Swimming Lead

Contact Us

Tel. 07921 845 763
Send an Email
Visit Lowdham Street, St.Anns, Nottingham, NG3 2DP, UK