Turnaround Project


“We consider it a big success if we can get them back into school, doing GCSEs or an apprenticeship, because these are people who before have had absolutely no expectations of the future, of getting a job, or even if they’re going to be alive. Some don’t go to school because they’re worried they’re going to get attacked just getting on the bus. We had one guy a few months ago who was chased and stabbed in the street. He’s OK now, but that’s the kind of life we’re dealing with.”


Teenager tells Maxine Frith how a groundbreaking family project rescued him from a grim future  Read more

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