Streetlevel was founded in the early 1980s in partnership with Scripture Union to engage and support young people in the Hoxton neighbourhood.

Our mission is to see the advancement of the young people of Hoxton. That they become all they can be.

Our aim is to address some of the local issues facing young people today, and to improve the conditions of their lives through the provision of leisure, recreation and social welfare programmes.

Our vision is that the young people of Hoxton engaging with Streetlevel in the different sessions and avenues provided, and finding a hope and future for themselves in their neigbourhood.


What We Do

We highlight the need for young people to be aware of the choices they make and the impact it can have on themselves, their families and the wider community. We therefore seek to engage, educate and explore the following areas:

  • Identity (Self-awareness and Self-confidence)

  • Making the right choices (reflection on morals and peer pressure)

  • Mentoring/Coaching (addressing behaviour and offering one-to-one support)

What We Offer

Every Tuesday evening during school term-time we run a session for 11-16’s to simply come and hang out in the church crypt. There is food, games, space to do homework, space to relax with friends, and a chance to talk about the big things in life.

We require each child to have a consent from signed by a parent or guardian in order for them to attend weekly.


Our Voice: Clarissa

Yesterday we helped create a website for our youth group “Street Level”. We used WordPress for the basis of the site and we got to choose the design and pictures for it. We used pictures from our other projects during youth to help create it. Before I did this project I had little knowledge of …

Our Voice: Joshua

Both yesterday and today our youth group came together to work on a project for Street Level, we creating a website to showcase all we are about. We used WordPress to create our website and we took pictures from other workshops we have done, we also learnt about coding and t how to upload pictures on a website. …

Our Voice: Ednabel

Yesterday, our youth group leaders held a mini workshop to teach us how to make our own website. To learn this skill, we made this website you are now on: “Streetlevel.org.uk” youth group. It was really exciting because making a website involves a lot of coding behind the scenes which we got to use and see …