Here are some stories of the collective impact work we facilitate, to improve the lives of children and young people in areas affected by poverty.
Between March and December 2021 Edge Hill University, in partnership with the University of Cumbria, conducted an evaluation of the Blackpool Opportunity Area programme Strand 2.
The Secretary of State for Education, Nadhim Zahawi, and his team visited two of our collective impact programmes in Blackpool – KS3 Literacy and Pathways for All.
Here’s an EEF case study from one of our partner schools, on how to use diagnostic assessment effectively in reading.
A new government guide shares insights from Pathways for All, a programme run by Right to Succeed to keep vulnerable young people in Blackpool in education, employment or training
A new report shares stories from the Blackpool Key Stage 3 Literacy project during the pandemic