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Preparing for University with S4A!

With the time for UCAS applications fast approaching, we remind ourselves of the importance extra tuition can potentially have on the success of pupils entering their next stage of education. There is a profound contrast between university acceptance rates of pupils from advantaged areas compared to that of disadvantaged. The reason has been linked to a […]

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Hands across the bridge

Last week the Director of Success4All and a group of volunteers joined many other people who were there to celebrate the 30th volunteer week causing a sea of 200 red people who joined hands across the millennium bridge. Volunteer week is a national celebration that runs every year during the first week of June that […]

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Success4All Celebrations

It was that time of year again when all of the Success4All family come together to celebrate the year we have had. The day started with the AGM meeting; children and young people, parents, volunteers, staff and the board of directors gathered together to discuss the challenges and victories of the past year and excitedly […]

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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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S4A on Santa’s Nice List after Success of First Half Term!

With only two days to until S4A breaks up for Christmas we wanted to share with you our success stories. We have been missing a few long-standing volunteers this term that this September ventured off to University and employment. With the experience they gained from Success4All one volunteer was accepted at Durham University to study […]

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Social Justice for Communities

The Big Lottery fund not only focuses on early intervention for children but recognises the need for change at all ages and stages for there to be social justice. Some of what they are currently tackling is; a better start for babies, youth unemployment, adults with a wide range of multiple and complex needs and […]

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Success4All’s Super Statistics

Success4All are very proud to share with you statistics from our first half term (September-October 2013) which has taken us into our 8th year! In the months of September and October, 82 learning sessions have been delivered in our 6 Learning Hubs. A total number of 245 learners, between ages 8 and 18, registered with […]

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The Real Translation Project creates real success

Success4All participates annually in the Real Translation Project. It is a Level D extracurricular activity offered to final year Newcastle University students in the School of Modern Languages. It aims to give the opportunity to final year students to get involved in the wider community in which they are studying, and in doing so, gaining […]

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Get an award for the hours you put in at Success4All

Just a way to show our appreciation! Follow these 9 easy steps to claim for all your hard work. 1.Go to http://vinspired.com/ and click’ join vinspired’ to create your own account. 2.When successfully signed up search for ‘Success4All’ in the keywords search box on the home page. 3. Click on ‘Success4All’ and choose the ‘peer tutor/befriender option’ or […]

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Are you feeling VInspired?

If you are aged 13-25 years old and are bursting to lead your own project, there is an unmissable opportunity for you! VInspired are giving young people a great chance to express their passion for a project that they can design. Share your ideas on the Junction49 website and recieve support and funding for your […]

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