Our Easter Campaign for 2023 is now being delivered across all of our partner schools with a focus on love as the true meaning of Easter.
This summer, Grace Foundation took 49 students and 16 staff members to take on the city of Manchester! In partnership with Audacious Church, we spent 3 days tackling social action projects, bonding at Youth Games Nights, serving at the Audacious Homeless Banquet and exploring the value of our learning theme, Growing By Serving Others.
In this blog post, our BHR team tells the story of the reasons a young boy gave behind his uncommon actions, which powerfully illustrates how each one of us CAN make a difference. This notion is supported through much of the work the BHR team delivers, such as small group interventions which provide an informal space, where pupils can find connections with others who are facing similar issues. They explore themes together through a fun, interactive course, with paired or whole group activities, and the chance to learn, ask questions and grow in confidence as individuals.
In this blog post, our Ethos team encourages us to take a look at the past year, to be able to look at this upcoming year with purpose. Our challenge this year of 2022 - rather than setting goals about what we want to achieve, this year let's consider WHO WE WANT TO BE.
In this special Blog Post, Dave Boden, our grace Foundation Ethos Strategic Lead, talks about 3 reasons why we can be hopeful this Easter time. What do you hope for? It’s a question I have been asked many times in the past and yet hope is a word that has often seemed distant to so many over this recent season of disruption.
In the 2019 CyberSurvey, teenagers said they talk more to their friends on social media or through games than they do face to face as they get older. Some of those friends they will never have met but the survey showed that teens were more concerned about the content they see.