Schools are unable to tackle poverty, poor mental health, increased social care intervention and institutional racism present within society today. Children impacted by these factors face a greater risk of exclusion.
Once excluded, these children are more likely to:
Children impacted by these factors receive quality and thorough support needed to achieve success (e.g. attaining five or more GCSE grades at 4 or above, not being permanently excluded, not entering the criminal justice system and not becoming socially isolated).
Qualified teachers and trained mentors doing all they can to give children the opportunities they need to achieve success.
All children have the potential to be great. Through developing relationships built in trust, consistency and love we know we can drive sustainable change in behaviour.