Our Programmes

Our Programmes

Our two main delivery approaches focus on primary to secondary school transitions and working with early help teams within local authority children and young people services. We believe that to create a fairer, more inclusive society; there needs to be a paradigm shift in the way we approach tackling youth issues. Prioritising proactive interventions is key to creating environments that will help our young people to thrive beyond the pandemic.

My Next StepsEarly Help
Our Programmes

My Next Steps

My Next Steps is our flagship programme which focuses on the transition between primary and secondary school. The programme is delivered in three elements to; Students, Teachers, and Parents.

Every student that participates in the My Next Step’s programme co-produces a student profile that includes; a vision statement, goals, and support needs. However, the main objective through all three delivery areas is to identify those students who need additional support. Those identified as needing further help then receive one-to-one mentoring during their first term in year seven.

Our Programmes

Early Help

Typically, Early Help Teams are embedded as part of local authorities' children and young people's services and work with children, young people, and families with indicators of emerging difficulties or additional needs. These needs can include anything that affects children and young people's health, development, wellbeing, and safety.

Our Early Help support offer is our most comprehensive programme and includes one-to-one, group mentoring, and professional training delivered over 12 months.

“X has become a happier and more confident young man since working with his mentor. His self esteem has increased and he has set positive goals for his future. He has also shown improvement in being able to regulate his emotions.”Jade Rockall - Case worker Lewisham Early Help Team

“My mentor has helped me a lot with school, my mentality and attitude. If it wasn't for this mentoring process I'm pretty sure I would have been excluded by now, so he has helped me massively.”X - 14 year old Young Person referred through Lewisham Early Help Team