Poverty is a strong predictor of low educational performance.


Education informs young people about the variety of important subjects that will help them later on in life and with their career. It gives them the life skills to interact with others and has a variety of widespread effects in communities, such as a decrease in poverty, and an increase in health and well-being.


Our interactive and engaging workshops educate young people around a variety of topics and provide them with the knowledge and tools to improve life skills so that they can achieve and become the best version of themselves.


Our workshops are delivered by qualified and experienced tutors and include topics such as ‘the five ways to well-being’, mindfulness, healthy eating,  ‘learn how to weight-lift’ and cook & eat.


Read how the Stoke-on-Trent Opportunity Area are working to raise educational standards across the city:

‘Education is not about the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think’ 

Albert Einstein

‘Education is the most impactful thing you can give to a person’