Prince’s Trust Achieve programme
Inspire Suffolk’s Prince’s Trust Achieve programme is one of Inspire Suffolk’s newest education programmes tackling NEET prevention for 11-16 years old.
The Prince’s Trust Achieve programme gives young people the practical support needed to help develop self-esteem and skills for their future. Our Prince’s Trust Achieve programme is for young people facing challenges in education. We aim to support young people to help them learn new skills, develop confidence and reengage with learning so they can reach their full potential.
Funded by Ipswich Opportunity Area. In partnership with the Prince’s Trust.
What does the course include?
The programme is completely flexible so your school or centre might choose to run it over half a term or a full term but either way you’ll have the chance to try lots of new things such as:
- Delivering a community project and making a real difference in your local area
- Learning all sorts of new skills to help with meeting new people and building your confidence
- Taking on a business challenge to put your entrepreneurial skills to the test
- Improving your knowledge and ability to look after yourself and live a healthy life
- Top tips to help you prepare for the future and get ahead in your career
How can we get involved with the programme?
If you are from a High School or Centre please Ashleigh Hurrell Programme Co-ordinator (Achieve) on 01473 353194 or email [email protected] for more information on how you can get involved with the Prince’s Trust Achieve programme.
How long are the courses?
Our programmes are run within high schools on a termly basis, we are able to cater to different lengths of programme depending on the circumstances of your school/centre.
For more information on this please contact Ashleigh Hurrell Programme Co-ordinator (Achieve) on 01473 353194 or email [email protected] for more information on the availability of the programme.
Wendy Toogood, Careers Officer – Stoke High School said: All of the students involved always look forward to their sessions with you, tell me they thoroughly enjoy them and get so many benefits from them; particularly with developing their confidence and self-esteem. Staff have noticed a difference in the students and are finding that they are definitely more engaged in learning. I would say that, because these young people are dealing with major barriers to their education and the dynamics of the two groups could be extremely interesting/challenging, key to the success of the sessions is having the right people delivering the course and being able to establish a rapport with hard-to-reach young people.
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