Crescent Summer School

  • Board game

  • Climbing

  • Football

CSSP 2019 (Monday 13 August 2018 to Monday 27 August 2018)

Step 1:  Print the membership form and complete all sections.  Both parent and young person need to sign the membership form

Step 2:  Bring the signed membership form and £18 membership fee to CYCD, 94-106 Leagrave Road Monday – Thursday 9.30am – 3.30pm, or to CYCD’s mental health day on Sunday 29th July 2-5pm or  bring on the 1st day of the holiday scheme (13th August)

Please note:  There will be an additional charge for outings & trips and a signed consent form is required for any trips outside of Luton

We can provide lunch (Baguette, crisps, fruit & drink) each day at a cost of £1.20.  Lunch must be booked on the day when your child arrives.  Alternatively you can provide a packed lunch or where you have given permission for your child to leave us at lunch time food can be purchased locally.

If you have any questions please contact Tipu on 01582 519500 or Shadab Hussain 07948 182696

Crescent Summer School Project (CSSP) is an independent community organisation set up in 1990 by young people. We have our own management committee which is made up of 2/3rds young people under the age of 18. We are a grass roots, volunteer led organisation and we believe this is a key strength.

Our management committee meets regularly to manage our work and we consult with young people on a regular basis. We work closely with CYCD and they are a supporting partner to our organisation.

Our vision is to empower and inspire young people to enable them to become resilient, confident and motivated to achieve their goals.

Our strategic objectives are to provide holiday club activities throughout the year to provide meaningful, creative and inspiring programme of activities. The holiday club programme we aim to create each year is a balance of fun, recreational activities, building social skills and informal educational workshops.

Informal education is delivered in an creative way using for example expressive & creative arts such as drama, painting, poetry and photography; we aim to deliver key messages about issues relevant to young people and build a sense of community and community cohesion.

Each year we recruit, train and support young people as volunteers and young volunteers have the opportunity to work towards the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award and AQA certificate in volunteering.

For more information please contact:

Shadab Hussain
Tel: 01582 519500
Direct: 01582 813751
Mobile: 07948 182 696