Archive | March, 2014

Vote for our Social Value – 2degrees Champions Awards

S4A are pleased to announce that they have been long-listed for the 2degrees Champion Awards 2014 under the Social Value Category. S4A has been nominated for Social Value. This category recognises and rewards the very best examples of sustainability initiatives that reach out to local communities and positively in unique, exciting and truly engaging ways. […]

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Every Little Helps

Last weekend some of our lovely Success4All volunteers hit the streets of Newcastle armed with collection buckets with the aim of raising funds to get all our Learning Hubs digitally connected. Luckily the sun was beating down so the streets were brimming with brightly dressed shoppers, many willing to donate and others very interested to […]

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Using Music as a Tool to Bring Culturally Diverse Communities Together

Since February this year S4A and our friends GemArts have been running music workshops for our 11-17 year olds in the West End of Newcastle at Newcastle Apostolic Church and in the East End of Newcastle at Walker Technology College. Musicians from the Sage have been bringing out the children’s vocal, instrumental and DJ-ing talents […]

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A new community resource brought to you by our West End Young Digital Artists

At Success4All we recently celebrated the work of our West End Young Digital Artists (WEYDA). The launch took place at one of our learning hubs, Newcastle City Learning Centre, where the 11-17 year olds showcased their hard work.   The work that was being featured was their most recent project – a graphic novel raising […]

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A Japanese Life Experience

Amongst all of the learning clubs that we provide, we have our extra-curricular activity Japanese that runs in Walker Technology College every Monday led by our Japanese lover and speaker Danielle King. There is always a first time for everything, and the Japanese outing we had last week was definitely a first for our 8 […]

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The Girl and Her Genius Dog by Millie.

We encourage the children and young people of the learning hubs to be creative and imaginative and encourage them to read and write. S4A has ran a Young Writers Club for a few years to engage children in story writing – please see the Young Writers page on our website http://www.s4a.org.uk/clubs/young-writers/. We’re very proud of […]

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