Join us at our next Network and Knowledge Event!

On 3rd May 2019, ReachOut will be hosting our next Network and Knowledge event! The theme of this event is Youth and Education. This will be an opportunity for professionals in the field of Education, Youth Work and Child Development Work to network, as well as hear from some fantastic key speakers from this field. Our last event like this was a huge success and this time we hope to have even more guests attending. If you are interested, then please sign up below!

  • Date of event: Friday 3rd May 2019
  • Time: 6.30-8.30pm
  • Location: The Shard (Foresight’s Offices), 32 London Bridge St, London SE1 9SG

The Ben Kinsella Trust

Ben Kinsella was just 16 years old when he was stabbed to death, in a horrific act of senseless violence on the 29th June, 2008 in Islington, London. Following Ben’s death, The Ben Kinsella Trust was set up to fulfil Ben's legacy in the following ways:

  • To raise public awareness of knife-crime
  • To educate children of all ages of the consequences of knife crime and the devastating effect that it has on families

With 2018 being the most violent year of knife-crime of the last decade, and 2019 showing little sign of improvement so far, tackling knife-crime, especially among young people, has never been so important.

 

School 21

School 21 is a pioneering new 4 to 18 school in Stratford, East London, for children from all backgrounds.

The mission of School 21 is to empower young people to take on the world. Through a rich curriculum of ‘head’, ‘heart’ and ‘hand’ they want children knowing a lot, understanding themselves and making things happen. Their ‘dialogic approach’ to teaching helps children learn through talk and learn to talk and give everyone a voice.

Over the past few years, School 21’s students have built mechanical toys bursting with scientific craft, spoken out about human rights, ran campaigns to improve the biodiversity of Stratford and charted local history through photographs and poetry, just to mention a few of their achievements. This is all down to the innovative and inspiring principles, methods and curriculums at School 21, which will be discussed more at this event.

 

First Give

First Give work in partnership with secondary schools to help young people to give their time, tenacity and talents to improve their local communities.

Their vision is to help build a new generation of motivated and switched-on young people who want to use their skills to support local charities and make the lives of others in and around their communities better.

Through the ‘First-Give Programme’, they encourage entire year groups of students to identify social issues in their areas and engage with local charities that address them. The students will then have the opportunity to compete for £1,000 of grant money. Teams will do this by advocating for their charity in a school competition - the First Give School Final.

The scheme of work promotes many aspects of Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural education within secondary schools and is proving to be an inventive, engaging and inspiring way for young people to give back to their local communities.

 

Does this event sound interesting to you?! Then sign up below for what is sure to be a fantastic event, in an amazing venue, with equally amazing speakers!

Unfortunately we have reached full capacity for this event. Please contact James at [email protected] who will add your name to waiting list in case someone drops out.