Education & Young People
Access Project - £40,000
Two years’ continuation funding to provide academic and mentoring support to enable disadvantaged young people to improve their life chances by accessing a top-third university.


Action Tutoring - £50,000
Two years’ continuation funding to support disadvantaged pupils in London, through voluntary tutors, to improve their academic attainment, particularly in GCSE English and Maths.


Baytree Centre - £20,000
Supporting PEACH, a community setting academic achievement and character development programme for young girls and their parents in Brixton.


Brilliant Club - £40,000
Two years’ continuation funding towards the Scholars Programme in London to increase the number of pupils from under-represented backgrounds that progress to highly-selective universities.

 
Career Ready - £10,000
Towards a careers programme in London schools helping young people overcome disadvantage and improve their self-confidence, life skills and employability.
 
City Gateway - £20,000
Supporting NEET young people from disadvantaged East London communities providing education and training pathways into sustainable employment with partner employers.


Dallaglio RugbyWorks - £40,000
Two years continuation funding towards a long-term skills development programme based on rugby through which teenagers outside mainstream education are supported into education, employment or training.
 
Debate Mate - £10,000
To set up a programme of after school debating clubs for 9 – 15 year olds in five inner-city London schools.

Discover - £10,000
Towards the Schools Programme in East London supporting disadvantaged children through its story-building technique to improve literacy, language, creative development and personal development.

 
Drive Forward Foundation - £68,117
Three years’ continuation funding towards the salary of an Outreach Co-ordinator to recruit care leavers to the programme and improve the effectiveness of local Hubs in helping young people leaving the care system in London find sustainable careers.

Doorstep Library Network - £20,000
Towards Doorstep Library projects on estates in three London boroughs to improve literacy and reading skills, academic performance and aspiration of primary age children.


English Speaking Union - £10,000
Towards Discover Debating, a long-term debating programme for KS2 children enabling teachers to develop their pupils’ speaking and listening skills, in seven schools in London where social mobility is low and Free School Meals and English as an additional language are high.

Envision - £40,000
Two years continuation funding towards the Community Apprentice programme in Lewisham developing disadvantaged young people’s employability skills, particularly confidence and competence, whilst producing a social impact which benefits the wider community.

First Story - £10,000
Towards the delivery of a year-long programme of weekly after-school creative writing workshops in 25 London secondary schools.


Future Frontiers - £50,000
Two years continuation funding towards a coaching programme which provides disadvantaged pupils in London schools with career guidance, networks and opportunities to inspire them to fulfil their academic potential and to realise their future aspirations.


Future Youth Zone - £75,000
Three years’ funding towards the Future Youth Zone in Barking and Dagenham offering inspiring and high quality artistic, educational, sporting, creative and leisure facilities to help raise the aspirations of local young people.


Hackney Pirates - £30,000
Two years’ continuation funding towards a programme developing literacy, confidence and perseverance in disadvantaged children in Hackney aged 9 – 12 so that they can achieve in school and beyond.


IntoUniversity £105,000
Three years’ funding towards the delivery of educational programme at the East London cluster of four local learning centres for children and young people who are at risk of academic underachievement, low aspiration and social exclusion.


Jamie’s Farm - £30,000
Towards programmes at four farms to improve disadvantaged young people’s mental wellbeing, self-esteem and essential life skills, resulting in fewer permanent exclusions, improved behaviour and re- engagement with educational life.


London Reclaimed - £15,000
Supporting disadvantaged young people in Southwark into employment, education or training through a furniture and carpentry social enterprise.
 
Just for Kids Law - £20,000
Supporting young people to access justice, have their welfare rights met and fulfil their potential by providing legal representation and advice, direct youth advocacy and youth opportunities support.

Khulisa - £15,000
Towards the Face It programme, developing core social and emotional skills which enable disadvantaged young people to fulfil their potential.


Magic Breakfast - £40,000
Two years continuation funding to deliver Breakfast Clubs in London schools.

Mayor’s Fund for London - £10,000
Towards Access Aspiration 2020, an employability programme for young Londoners from low-income backgrounds.


National Numeracy - £14,800
Towards the Passport Maths programme to help Year 7 pupils in schools in disadvantaged areas of London who are behind in their maths learning.
 
Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust - £18,000
Towards the core costs of the Apprenticeship Scheme to provide unemployed young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with an entry level route into the craft sector and other Royal Warrant holding companies.
 
ReachOut Youth - £15,000
Towards ReachOut Clubs for primary pupils in London supporting them to raise their aspirations and help them grow in character and attainment.


Redthread Youth - £15,000
Towards the Youth Violence Intervention Programme based at St George’s Hospital, Tooting.

Resurgo Trust - £90,000
Three years’ funding towards the Spear Programme at the Clapham Junction centre helping disadvantaged young people to break out of the cycle of unemployment and social exclusion.


Royal National Children’s SpringBoard Foundation - £50,000
Two years continuation funding supporting disadvantaged and vulnerable children, including those in care, to take up places at partner boarding schools in the independent and state sectors.


TalentEd - £10,000
Towards improving the aspirations, opportunities and academic attainment of disadvantaged pupils through weekly small group tuition in partner schools delivered by former teachers.


ThinkForward - £40,000
Two years continuation funding of a long-term coaching programme ensuring disadvantaged young people in London make a successful transition from education to employment.


Voice 21 - £25,000
Towards work in London schools enabling teachers to provide high quality spoken language and communication skills to disadvantaged children to improve attainment, academic progress and life chances.
 
West London Zone - £25,000
Supporting disadvantaged children and young people in West London to achieve their potential, flourish in adulthood and build vibrant communities.


Working with Men - £16,000
Towards the Ventoring Project which engages positively with NEET young men involved in anti-social behaviour and at risk of/or engaging in criminal activity.


Yes Futures - £12,200
Towards the Rising Futures programme of personalised coaching sessions, social action project and residential ‘camp’ to raise aspirations and reduce barriers to achievement of secondary school pupils in deprived areas of London.


You Make It - £10,000
Supporting young un- and under- employed women, principally from BAME backgrounds, in Hackney and Tower Hamlets to ensure access to opportunities to lead independent and fulfilled lives.


Young Women’s Trust - £10,000 
Towards the Work it Out employability programme providing accessible, flexible and individually tailored support to hard-to-reach, disadvantaged, NEET young women.