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WATCH OUR FILM: What school leaders say about Make the Grade

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Welcome

We are a social enterprise that connects businesses and communities to create social and economic change.

We work with employers and organisations from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors to develop practical projects which widen economic opportunity for everyone.

Watch our film and explore our programmes to find out more about how we make a difference.

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Our current programmes

Make the Grade

Business and school partnerships >>>

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Work experience for 16-19 year olds >>>

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Talent Match

Supporting young entrepreneurs >>>

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In the last five years we have...

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Moments of Choice: what does this report mean for your school?

With the ‘Moments of Choice’ report released in August 2016 we wanted to take time to reflect on what the report’s findings mean for young people aged 11-18 across the UK.

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Our business partner results show the real value of volunteering

We examine the results of the feedback we received from businesses of all shapes, sizes and industries that took part in volunteer activities across our three current programmes to show the power of engaging your people in volunteering, no matter what type of business you have.

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Calbee Healthy Eating Challenge

Calbee’s Healthy Eating Challenge consisted of young children from multiple primary schools within the Seacroft and Manston cluster to come and have a day working with the Calbee team.

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Make the Grade Launches in Tees Valley

Ahead Partnership launched its successful ‘Make the Grade” programme in Tees Valley on Friday May 20th 2016 at Teesside University.

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Calbee bring Louis Smith to Leeds

Louis Smith MBE, Olympic Gymnast and winner of Strictly Come Dancing, returned to the classroom on Thursday 4 February when he visited schools in East Leeds.

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