How we work
We help children from disadvantaged backgrounds to achieve their potential:
We improve people’s mental health:
- through clubs for pupils showing early signs of emotional disorders.
We improve people’s physical health:
- through innovative health initiatives that also develop people’s basic skills.
We develop young people’s sense of identity, belonging and heritage:
- by supporting and quality-assuring supplementary and mother-tongue schools.
We improve the support provided for children with special educational needs:
- by delivering parent partnership services on behalf of local authorities.
Read more about these activities by visiting our A-Z of projects and programmes.