Schools do not have the capacity to address the poverty, poor mental health, increased social care intervention and institutional racism that are ever-present within society today. Children impacted by these factors face a greater risk of exclusion.
We exist to improve the life-outcomes of excluded children, and those at risk of exclusion. We do this through quality tuition and mentoring that is built upon strong relationships
We pair excluded children, or those at risk of exclusion, with qualified and experienced professionals (teachers, youth-workers, social workers etc).
These professionals serve as mentors and guide children away from exclusion, or into education or employment post-exclusion.
I can’t imagine a better service provision to be honest. I’ve been hugely impressed with the quality and dedication of the service that we have received from them. CAPE mentors had supported a very vulnerable young person to a) survive at school when they were on the brink of exclusion and then b) build on their skills and enter the world of work. The LAC young person himself has said that Hussein ‘saved’ him from going down the wrong path.Phillida Cheetham, Social Worker, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea