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Intensive support for your students

As a charity experienced in working intensively with young people, we are able to offer innovative, targeted programmes of support free to our partner schools and colleges. We receive funding through the European Social Fund and other organisations.

Recent programmes:

Lucky Break

For students in years 8-10 who are not fulfilling their potential we provide a structured employer mentoring programme to improve resilience, deliver early careers thinking and employability activities. Available in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Swindon and Wiltshire. Funded by the Careers & Enterprise Company.

Time to Talk

For 11-19 year olds needing support we offer a confidential counselling service in Buckinghamshire and Reading as well as in schools in these areas.

Worlds of Opportunity (WOOP)

For anyone aged 15+ with an interest in STEM we are running a series of events to provide practical opportunities to explore STEM skills, job roles and working in the sector. Delivered across Berkshire in a variety of settings including schools, colleges and communities. Funded by the Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund.

Adviza Bursary

For 13-19 year olds (or up to 25 with a learning difficulty or disability) from low income families we offer a bursary scheme covering the full cost of a Morrisby psychometric assessment package. Available to students living or studying in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Swindon, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.

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