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This listing aims to give an overview of educational support and services for those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Motive8 Learning provides outstanding tuition in maths, English and science from KS2 right through to A level. By providing tuition at a heavily subsidised price, Motive8 aspires to provide quality teaching for the most marginalised young people in the community.
We are currently supporting few victims of Grenfell Disaster to recover and rebuild their lives again after the devastating tragedy. We are also running regular workshops for victims of Grenfell and neighbours from surrounding areas to participate and weekly youth club for young girls from Grenfell and surrounding areas.
Working with local football foundations, we offer a four month ‘pre apprenticeship’ programme to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. In West London, this is run in partnership with Chelsea Football Foundation. This course aims to provide employability training and coaching, alongside study in a local college to achieve AAT qualifications. We introduce all young people …
We offer a suite of programmes. We would like to offer complimentary workshops to the Grenfell Tower community on financial inclusion, employability, unlocking potential, self-esteem building, confidence and aspirations. We offer sessions for adults and young people age 7+.
An Arts for Wellbeing programme delivered by ACAVA for local residents directly and indirectly affected by Grenfell Tower fire. Flourish is an on-going programme of school holiday arts workshops for local families with primary school aged children.
Creating an outdoor gallery along the 23 acres below the Westway flyover through North Kensington showcasing work from local artists and community groups.   FerArts run dynamic artist-led workshops by collaborating with youth organisations, education and local authorities encouraging young people to get back into learning, creative employment or effectively to promote their own portfolios. …
The headteacher of Addison Primary School has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and jigsaw with friends. …
The Olive Branch Charity was created to provide children/young adults, surrounding Grenfell, with a therapeutic and knowledgeable experience through nature.
Mental health support is available to young people affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy who are returning to school. Headteachers will continue to run parent meetings and provide specialist support and advice for students, as well as providing other support resources for schools. Place2Be is working with local schools who have identified a need for …
We have been working with our diverse and creative community for twenty years, providing free and affordable art activities for local people in partnership with the NHS, schools and other local community organisations. We would like to offer art and creative opportunities as our response to help the healing of our community after the Grenfell …