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POSITIVE FUTURES IN HAWTONVILLE
During our three-year project in Newark, we helped 250 people and, in the final Academic year of our three-year project, there was a 33% reduction in youth crime.
Positive Futures Newark also left a lasting legacy on its local community by securing funding for permanent staff to manage the implementation of an alternative Key Stage 3 curriculum, as well as the Behaviour and Attendance Partnership delivering mentoring support to five young people at Newark Primary School who are at risk of permanent exclusion.
“We have seen the difference that this scheme makes to so many young people and the transformation in attitude and outlook is remarkable.”
Mark Worrall – Trent Bridge Community Trust Trustee
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