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Youth Matters

Youth Work

We are keen to support young people across the Southern network and we do this in many different ways:Horsham Station - Collyer's Artwork 2

  • Work experience
  • Engineering apprenticeship scheme

To find out more email recruitment@southernrailway.com

Go-Learn

Go-Learn education sheets support children and young people develop their knowledge of transport and become confident and informed travellers.

Go-Learn work sheets can be downloaded from go-ahead.com. If you would like any further support in delivering Go-Learn in a school or youth group, please email andrew.harrowell@gtrailway.com

Working with Schools

The waiting rooms at Worthing and Littlehampton station have recently been brightened up through the work of Chatsmore Catholic High School. A range of students created pictures inspired by original railway posters for Worthing and natural form at Littlehampton. 

The pictures all also include QR codes so anyone can learn more about the artist and their inspiration.

Andy Gardener, Customer Experience Manager for the stations, who is pictured above with the students, said "The pictures are fantastic and really brighten up the waiting room. The children have done an excellent job and we're extremely pleased to display the work"