Through the work we do with children and families, we seek to redress the inequality of access to experiences, that shape and build important life and learning skills.
We believe all children should have the opportunity to fulfil their potential and grow into the person they want to be, with the necessary support and encouragement along the way, positively contributing as members of society.
We are committed to delivering high-quality, evidence-based programmes that develop children’s life and learning skills and build parents’ skills and confidence to support their children.
Our programmes support the development of the following skills, essential for success in life and learning:
All of the activities and programmes we deliver are underpinned by our Pillars of Support. We believe that these three pillars combined, provide the necessary support children need to build and improve their skills, attitudes and behaviours.
Experiential / practical activities designed to allow beneficiaries to practise and build their skills.
Theory and learning-based activities designed to elicit a deeper understanding of the programme skills and how to cultivate and refine them.
Support for parents in the form of workshops and courses, designed to provide parents and carers with the skills the support and encourage the programme skills. This could include parents learning alongside their children and parent-only parenting programmes.