Another RADY launch in Birmingham

Another RADY launch in Birmingham

We had a fabulous turn-out of Birmingham secondary schools and academies to our recent launch of the RADY project (Raising Attainment of Disadvantaged Youngsters), and thanks to grant funding from Birmingham Local Authority via Birmingham Education Partnership (BEP) we are working closely with 14 of these schools to help them launch this project in their schools.

 

By popular demand, we’ve been asked to run another ‘mini launch’ on February 8th, 2pm, at Hall Green Academy, where they’re letting us gate-crash their Safe Area network meeting!

 

If you’re a Birmingham school or academy and would like to book on to this fully-funded event – then just click here.

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