Success4All aims to keep expanding learning hubs that can be offered to children in disadvantaged areas. Not too far from the founding learning hub the Millin Centre, which is located in Benwell, a new learning hub is opening this September in Elswick at the Bentinck Residents Association.
The opening of this new learning hub is very important to Success4All. It will not only help spread the number of children attending the learning hubs between the Millin and Elswick centre, ensuring every child receives one hundred per cent attention, but will also help the community. The learning hub acts as a friendly safe environment where children can go rather than spending their time on the streets. The efforts from locals that have already been made to prepare the learning hub for September has already created a sense of community, which will only continue to grow once the learning hub is up and running.
This would not have been made possible if it were not for our friends at P&G. P&G have contributed a large amount of funds from their Community Matters Funds to make the Bentinck Residents Association what it is today. Not only have P&G contributed money but employees of P&G have given up their personal time and volunteered to decorate the Bentinck Residents Association with paint, chairs, tables and plants transforming the centre into an acceptable place to learn.
Success4All aims to be an important part of the community and this has been a great project to help us towards this goal.
Please see the article on Sky Tyne and Wear website at http://tyneandwear.sky.com/noticeboard/post/79740/newcastle-drop-in-centre-gets-pg-makeover for more details.