In 2015 (February and March) we will be launching a series of showcase events in Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham and London. The events will share key evaluation findings from the programme and bring delegates up to speed on the latest Ofsted changes affecting PSHE in schools. Dates will be announced early January (although you can register your interest now).
We will also officially be launching our next major programme #ctzn (www.ctzn.co.uk) which is a mobile platform for recognising and rewarding young people for positive contributions they are making to their schools and communities.
Finally we will adding 6-10 new members to our team and continuing our search for delivery partners in other parts of the UK. We will also be looking for more charities who we can support and work alongside. Please contact us if you are interested in working with us!
Thanks once again for your amazing support this year and from everyone at Social Sense, have a fabulous Christmas and New Year.
Merthyr Tydfil, Walthamstow, Brentwood, Fife, Margate, Rochdale and Newcastle – just some of the places where we’re not!
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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. Read the rest of this entry »
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