With the academic year end in sight, our team are already making their plans for September.
If you are a Local Authority, School, Charity or Individual looking to achieve positive and measurable impact by working with young people we’d love to hear from you.
The UK Alcohol Strategy states that we should “progress on the delivery of evidence-based effective education and prevention programmes intended to reduce drinking harm in young people” while NICE recommends that “opportunities should be provided to explore attitudes to and perceptions of alcohol use”
To find out how we’re delivering on these and much more, please contact email@example.com
Are you interested in a fast, efficient and fun way to engage with your students on key risk taking behaviours? Would you like an instant and meaningful way to engage with parents in order to improve their perceptions of the school and its students?
Would you like to know where the gaps are so that you can more accurately and plan and deliver your PSHE and provide evidence for OFSTED?
To find out more about our work and events, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a Charity or Social Enterprise already doing great work with Young People?
We are now working with various Charities on collaborative projects which can add even greater value to the work being done with Young People. If your Charity or Organisation has a track record in delivering positive outcomes for Young People we’d love to hear from you.
Are you looking for a new venture?
Joining our Franchise network can offer you a great opportunity to guarantee funding for you, your Organisation or your Charity while evidencing significant and measurable changes to society. We’re looking for hardworking people who share our passion for engaging positively with Young People.
To request our Franchise Prospectus, email email@example.com
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