A huge congratulations to our team members, Claire Eden and Damien Homer, for winning the Social Inclusion Staff Award of 2022 for their work on the Easter residential for Autistic Young People! This award recognises the dual benefits this initiative had on the young people who attended the residential as well as the commitment of both Claire and Damien in the time they gave to the residential.
Mariam talks about her role as an SPT mentor where she has led sessions once a week at Foxford School. She describes the activities that she leads and how this has impacted the young people she works with.
Warwick Sutton Scholars Residential: How do you engage young people in their own personal development?
Maria Kehr, Sutton Scholars Programme Coordinator writes about the residential her Year 9 students in Cohort 4 attended in November. She reflects on their own personal development and the benefits they received throughout access to the programme and the residential itself.
Our Evaluation and Evidence Manager, Tammy Thiele, talks about how the work we do looks in numbers. She explains how evidence and evaluation are used in our team to understand, and maximise the difference our Widening Participation initiatives make to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
One of our SPT mentors, Sebastian, writes about his experience of going into a school regularly to deliver sessions to the young people there.