The programme aims to enable at-risk learners to access the curriculum through arts participation.
Helping young ex-offenders learn a practical skill and find employment through their 'DIVERT' programme.
Helping disadvantaged young people find employment and training.
Sparks children's interest in science, particularly medicine.
Class 13 is an award-winning charity training and supporting schools and teachers to develop policies and pedagogical practices that actively challenge systemic inequity.
Helping to prevent and encourage young people to resist criminality and to make more positive choices.
It’s Your Life empowers young people and their families to overcome marginalisation by delivering truly holistic support that improves life chances at the earliest stage.
Longfield Hall exists to meet the changing needs of the local Brixton community. The Hall was built by the Minet family in 1889 as a place where the whole community could come together.
Provides the opportunity for children to learn an instrument or to sing. Bursaries are given to promising musicians.
A local writing and mentoring centre in East London, where young people come and discover their own gift for writing.
Learning to read and write well, through the Butterfly Literacy scheme.
One-to-one mentoring to help young people create personal development plans and support them in reaching their aspirations.
To inspire young people to develop ambition for learning and work, to reach their full potential.
A mentoring project that works with inner-city children aged 9-16 from Somers Town, North London.
Training Afro/Caribbean boys to be literate, motivated and inspiring future leaders.
Spiral is a Community Interest Company based in Brixton. They work with young people who are at risk of exclusion from School.
An ex-offender led service that reaches young people identified as being on the brink of school/social exclusion, criminal activity and/or gang involvement.
Supporting a primary school tuition project.
Rehabilitates young ex-offenders through training in the catering industry and providing employment.
The Avenues Youth Project is a Youth Club established in 1979 near Queen's Park in West London, to provide informal education and recreational opportunities for local children and young people.
This inner city farm provides solace and calm for disturbed and autistic children.
XO Bikes is part of a charity 'Onwards & Upwards' which has been set up to find employment for ex-offenders.