Youth development

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Hackney Pirates
London
England

The Hackney Pirates is an enterprising charity working to develop the literacy, confidence and perseverance of young people (aged 9-12) in Hackney, so that they achieve both in school and in the world beyond. They work together with local schools, families and volunteers to deliver unique real-world learning projects in an unconventional learning environment, the Ship of Adventures.

InspirEnage International
Birmingham
England

InspirEngage International is a social enterprise focused on developing skills and mindset in people and organisations to help them to do well by doing good. They work with the education sector, business sector and with individuals.

Offered programmes:

InspirEngage Skills Bootcamp – to awaken ambition in students, to equip them with the essential social and life skills alongside academia and make them more aware of their communities and kindness.

Social Enterprise Revolution – UK’s first complete hands-on social enterprise programme embedded into the curriculum. Through an 8 week Bootcamp programme, they help students turn their area of study into a social enterprise which earns them money, makes a difference to their community and is assessed as part of the curriculum.

Primary Revolution – training 4-11 year-olds to develop their social skills with social enterprise! The young students run real social projects whilst using Maths, Literacy, IT and core curriculum areas.

Startup & Stilettos – the Future is Female – training adult women in an intense 2 month programme (or shorter express version) to firstly sharpen their sense of confidence, their business plans to launch heir own social enterprise and become economically independent.

The Icehouse, The Bond,
180-182 Fazeley Street,
Birmingham
West Midlands
B5 5SE