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Positive Footprints helps Fusion21 contractors boost social value

Together, the organisations delivered a ‘Career Carousel’ event for 30 school children in Knowsley, Merseyside. Positive Footprints, a charitable organisation raising the aspirations of school children across the UK, teamed up with Fusion21 this week to deliver a ‘Career Carousel’ event for Yew Tree Primary School in Knowsley. Research shows that many children have already […]

Positive Footprints celebrates its biggest Career Conversation yet!

Almost 3,000 children from across the UK joined the latest event with applicant astronaut, Dr Emma J King. Positive Footprints raises aspirations with primary school children helping to bring the world of work into the classroom, is celebrating its biggest Career Conversation event this week, which was attended by almost 3,000 children. Career Conversations were […]

Kirkbymoorside Community Primary School students take to the skies with Positive Footprints and Fly2help

Students of Kirkbymoorside Community Primary School were delighted to be visited by aviation charity Fly2help and their travelling airport recently. Following an inspirational Career Conversation with an Air Traffic Controller, Positive Footprints launched a competition inviting primary school pupils to design their own airline brand, with the winners securing a visit from aviation charity, Fly2help […]

How Positive Footprints Helped Me Kickstart My Career

Positive Footprints at CIH Housing 2021 - Amir

When I joined Positive Footprints as a Kickstarter, I thought I had a rough idea about what I would be doing and what kind of environment I would be working in, but I was wrong.   My name is Amir and I joined Positive Footprints as a Kickstarter apprentice six months ago and has been a […]

Closing times during Christmas and New Year

Positive Footprints Christmas and New Year

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone! Thank you to all the schools and partners we have worked with over the last 12 months, the impact you are making in your communities is incredible and we can’t wait to create even more amazing opportunities for children next year. For your information our closing times […]

Watch: Regenda Homes and Flakefleet Primary on Inspiring Children

Listen to the inspiring stories from our partners at the Housing Management Network Annual Conference 2021. “If you’re from a low-income family as a youngster, you’re a third more likely to be NEET (not in employment, education or training) by the time you’re 16. We wanted to be part of the solution… we started to […]

Positive Footprints Partners to Speak at National Housing Conference

HQN Event Positive Footprints

Our partners Regenda Homes and Flakefleet Primary School will be guest speakers at the Housing Management Network annual conference on 23 November 2021.This year’s conference will explore the role housing management teams can play supporting children and teenagers living in social housing and that is where we come in! Guest speakers Steve Newsham, Regenda Regional […]

Halton Housing provide local children with skills for the future

School children with their hand up during Raising Aspirations programme Halton Housing and Positive Footprints

Halton Housing has partnered with Positive Footprints to inspire hundreds of children and young people living in Ditton. They are providing local primary schools with access to an award-winning programme which raises aspirations, opens up the world of work and builds the skills young people need for the future. Three local primary schools including: Ditton, […]

World Teacher’s Day 2021 | Hear from the people who deliver our programme

World Teachers Day 2021 Positive Footprints

It’s World Teacher’s Day and to celebrate we are going to shine a light on some of the amazing teachers who deliver our programme.  We thought it would be fitting to hear from the people who experience our programme first-hand and discover how it positively affects pupils and teachers alike.  Nicole Priestman, Northgate Primary in Somerset, said: “Thank you very much for […]

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