WEYDA’s Summer

WEYDA's Summer We kicked off our 3-week long, summer media project at Live Theatre exploring Fake News through performance. The group worked with the fantastic Becky and Paul to create a mini drama masterpiece we performed to an invited audience. We continued from drama to app developing. The group had previously produced a

Summer Park Events

Success4All's Summer Park Events A summer to remember! This summer, the Success4All team set off with our double decker Learning Bus to parks around Newcastle to help deliver the Best Summer Ever. We offered various STEM and Art activities from Kite Making, mummifying oranges to creating an Art Gallery. It started on 26th

FAQ – What can I do to help support my child settle into the new school year?

FAQ - What can I do to help support my child settle into the new school year? The transition into a new school year can be daunting. Especially if this is to a new school -Setting off in an unfamiliar environment with new teachers, and with unfamiliar faces may take a few weeks or

AGM 2019

AGM 2019 With lots of exciting changes taken place, this year's AGM was crucial to discuss where Success4All is headed in the future. Trustees, staff members, volunteers, parents turned out for the meeting on Saturday 29th June. It was a great opportunity to catch up with everyone and to hear of their thoughts and suggestions

Volunteers Week

Volunteers Week 2019 This year, so far, we have had the support of 172 volunteers across our 14 Learning Hub and Club sessions every week. Without them, we would not be able to support as many children and young people as we do. The success of Success4All is greatly due to the weekly

On the hunt for propaganda and fake news in Liverpool City

On the hunt for propaganda and fake news in Liverpool City Our West End Young Digital Artists (WEYDAGroup) armed with investigative eyes and minds and their smartphones took a trip to the City of Liverpool in a quest to find interesting historic objects and artefacts around propaganda. First stop was Merseyside Maritime Museum