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Then, Now and Looking ahead – Our Learning Bus

Over the past few months we have been working on a huge and exciting new project. The conversion of our London Double Decker Bus to a Learning Bus is underway and almost ready to hit the road. This is an amazing opportunity for us to support more children and young people in communities we currently […]

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Children in Need Biscuits!

The children at Throckley Learning Hub have been raising awareness for Children in Need 2018. This week, we baked some delicious biscuits and decorated them like Pudsey the bear!   They look delicious! Our partners Play in Newcastle hold a ‘Kids Can Cook’ session from 3:30 – 5:00 every Wednesday at Throckley Community Hall. Here, the […]

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Summer School 2018

This year we had 143 children and young people aged 4 – 15 registered at our Summer School that ran at the Carnegie Building in Benwell. There was an average attendance of 80 attending every day, supported by 31 volunteers over the course of the 3-weeks.  Summer School provided children with a safe, fun and […]

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AGM, Award Ceremony and Family Fun Day

On Saturday the 30th of June, was our yearly Annual General Meeting (AGM), Award Ceremony and Family Fun Day! We kicked off the day with our AGM where we were able to discuss with our trustees, staff members, volunteers and parents looking at what we have done this past year, our finances and looking at what […]

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FAQ’s from Parents – How can I keep my child learning over the summer holidays?

The school year is coming to an end, and everyone is looking forward to the summer holiday break. At this time, we would love to leave our brains in the classroom however, this is the perfect time for children to channel their minds into learning new topics. We encourage parents to help their children to […]

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Zakir’s Success Story

During our Carnegie Primary Learning Hub, Zakir wrote a poem about school. At the end of the session, he presented it to the whole group and read it out loud.       ‘I wrote the poem because we were doing poems in school. I wanted to continue on that. My favourite part is the […]

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Manuela – Volunteer in the Spotlight

Our final Volunteer in the Spotlight this week to celebrate Volunteers Week is Manuela. She has been volunteering with us for over two years whilst completing her course at Newcastle Collage. She is now going on to teach at Newcastle City Learning Centre. Here is a short interview with Manuela about her time at Success4All: […]

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Kyra – Volunteer in the Spotlight

Kyra is a German student who is currently studying primary education at the University of Padermon. As this course requires her to teach abroad, she tutored many different students at our Learning Hubs over the last 10 weeks, 5 times a week! During this time, she also attended events that we held, and planned activities […]

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Hadrian’s Wall Challenge

On Saturday 26th May children and young people, volunteers and staff walked the wall for Success4All.  The Hadrian’s Wall Challenge was organised by NE Youth. 10 community organisations came together to walk different sections of the wall. That’s 84 miles walked in 1 day!  A team of S4A’s children, parents, volunteers and staff walked an […]

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Staff and Volunteer Training – Local Heroes

Success4All staff and volunteers took part in a training on the 4th of May. Ambassadors of the Local Hero Project from Leicestershire visited us at the Carnegie Building and trained volunteers and staff in creating and using engagement tools, that they developed on the Go-Mad thinking philosophy.   The Internal Triangle One of the tools introduced […]

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