The London riots in 2011 exposed the state of British society, in particular the feelings of thousands of disaffected young people.
Since then, the issues of social exclusion and deprivation have been high on the agenda of those wanting to see a fairer, safer and more inclusive society.
However, recent surveys reveal there are still high levels of anxiety, depression and hopelessness among young people in the UK.
The Schools Project aims to positively shape society by bringing a message of hope and inspiration to young people in secondary schools through dynamic presentations on topics such as identity, fear, relationships and future.
To follow this up there is ongoing care and support through a team of youth leaders who deliver assemblies, facilitate workshops, and provide mentoring options for young people.
“20,000 STUDENTS, 30 SCHOOLS”
The Schools Project, formerly known as ICare Revolution, has been going into schools across the UK since 2011, and each year we speak to just over 20,000 students in over 30 schools.