Sefton Education Business Partnership are always on the look out for new opportunities to help our young people and adults as evidenced by the following projects.
Working Futures is a flexible, engaging and supportive programme for ‘NEET’ young people aged 16-29. It provides a personalised support package: enabling participants to progress & achieve in employment, Apprenticeships or education or training. Please click here for more information about Sefton EBP and how Working Futures can help you, or click here for the Working Futures dedicated website.
The Big Lottery funded Talent Match initiative is driven by young people for young people to help them develop real skills for real jobs.
We are delighted to have recently received funding from CLORE Poetry Literature awards. Our project uses poetry and literature to produce a collection of poems and short stories about the exciting opportunities that children have taken part through Children's University. We are focusing on the work of Michael Morpurgo and Roger McGough.
Sefton Education Business Partnership is also undertaking a project supported by the Education Endowment Fund to evaluate the link between Children’s University, youth social action and educational attainment (plus wider outcomes such as self confidence and motivation).