Have you ever wondered who becomes a trustee? Trustees play a very important role in a charity, as they make sure all decisions put the needs of the people the charity supports first. At Success4All, we have 6 trustees and you can find out more about them here: https://www.s4a.org.uk/about-us/our-trustees/ Have you ever
Halloween at Blakelaw 2020 We had a great time handing out Halloween Activity Kits at the Halloween Pirate Treasure Hunt organised by Projects4Change at the Blakelaw centre! We had two activities - create your own ghost and create your own Halloween Illusions. Have a look at some of the impressive creations below!
Summer Activity Kits For 4 weeks over the summer, we delivered 100 kits to homes across Newcastle and North Tyneside. Families took part in daily educational challenges using the resources and instructions we provided. We wanted to make sure children and young people had all the tools to continue learning in a fun
Guy Readman Rising Stars The Guy Readman Rising Stars project has now come to an end. We thank the Guy Readman family for their financial support and encouragement. The programme was called ‘Re-Think Your Potential’ and gave young people the opportunity to reflect on, research and evaluate four areas of their life, and
Stephen’s Legacy Stephen White, 51, sadly passed away on July 7th 2020 after battling with cancer. Known to his friends and family as Ste, he was loved by all for his funny, warm and caring character. “He was very selfless, and always wanted to help other people.” Amy (step-daughter) and Kay (partner) recall
Investigate Thursdays - What makes bread rise? For this week's 'Investigate Thursday', we're going to look at what makes bread rise! To set up the experiment, you will need: - a small bottle which holds about a litre - 300ml warm water - a glove or a balloon - an elastic band -
Let's Create Tuesday - What does your street look like? For this week's Let's Create Tuesday, let's take some time to celebrate the places that have kept us safe recently - our homes! I used some magazines, leaflets and even part of a cereal box to make a colourful picture of my street.