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Education Support 

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Sci 4 Us Logo

SCI4US started out in January 2018, by going into schools and producing interactive assemblies, to try and encourage children to see Science in a new light and become more aware of it. SCI4US is a company that provides learning support and tools for young children, with the aim to develop their potential and build confidence in understanding science. The Serious About STEM Subjects (S.A.S.S) program caters for young people studying for GCSEs by providing fun and interactive ways of learning the curriculum. ​

Project Zazi logo

Project Zazi work with Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) young people tackling issues of inequality, discrimination, oppression, culture and identity. Zazi means ‘Know Yourself, Know Your Strength’. The project offers a mix of one-to-one support and different kinds of group work, where you can explore your identity and culture, try new activities and learn new skills. The aim of Project Zazi is to promote good physical and mental health, healthy relationships and positive lifestyles. To find out more please visit here

Envision Logo

Envision specialise in using social action as a vehicle for development. This means that as well as preparing young people for work, they also help develop a generation of changemakers. Many young people from disadvantaged backgrounds experience social problems first-hand and are therefore more motivated to change them. By developing their personal competencies, Envision can enable them to do so.

To find out more, please visit here

West of England Mentoring Logo

West of England Mentoring is helping students aged 12-15 raise aspirations, follow their interests and make plans for the world of work. Groups of 6 to 8 adult mentors work together to get up to 20 students thinking about their future and aspirations in a career


To find out more please visit here

Babbasa Logo

Babbasa was formed in 2010 by four young graduates who observed rising levels of youth unemployment, educational underachievement and the rapid decline in youth aspirations in Bristol’s ethnically diverse inner city communities. They offer young people three core programmes – SupportChallenge, and Placement Programmes, which bring together a mix of soft skills training, mentoring schemes, career- oriented events and personalised recruitment support.


To find out more, please visit here

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