Spaces to socialise

ROC Café

Wilmslow's Dedicated Youth Café

About the café

ROC café is a safe, fun place where young people can come and spend time with each other and receive support where it's needed. You'll find games consoles, art activities, table tennis, lots of good food and plenty of sofas and beanbags to kick back on. It's open for anyone in high school and you can pop in for just a few minutes or stay for the whole time we're open.

Opening Times

Wednesday: 3:00-5:00PM
Thursday: 3:00-5:00PM
Friday: 3:00-5:00PM / 6:00-7:15pm (Y7) / 7:45-9:00pm (Y8+)

Lunch Clubs

At Wilmslow High School

Creative Drop In

Every Wednesday & Friday lunchtime we set up a creative workshop in Room 18 (in the Wilmslow High Wellbeing Hub). This is for all year groups and you can bring your lunch along and get creative with a whole load of different art and craft activities. You can come on your own or bring as many friends as you like.


Fifa Room


Alongside the Creative Drop In we've set up a gaming hub in Room 19 at school every Wednesday & Friday lunchtime. Once you've had your lunch come and drop in for a game of Fifa. We can only fit 40 in each session so best to get there nice and early to get a game. If you don't want to play, you're still very welcome to come over and hang out with your friends.

All activities are free, ask at the Hub for more details.


Thought-provoking workshops

About Scope

Scope sessions are interactive workshops in the Undercroft from 5:00pm-6:30pm on a Wednesday, exploring topics such as emotional health, family, relationships, faith, community etc. The workshops are designed to provoke conversation and broaden the horizons of the young people who attend. It's a place where opinions, questions and creativity are encouraged.


About ARC

ARC is our community drama group. The ARC sessions are a space for young people to be creative and have fun whilst putting together short drama pieces that explore thought-provoking topics. The sessions run twice in each half term, just drop us a message or ask one of the volunteers at ROC Café.