Manchester Every Child Inclusion Impact

Our progress in Year 2

The Every Child Project is a collective impact project focusing on identifying the needs of pupils and working with schools to effectively implement strategies that remove barriers to learning.

We aim to have scaled a systematic approach to reducing exclusions in Key Stage 3, based on accurate assessments of children’s developmental needs, tailored interventions, and an effective process of implementation.

This report outlines the key activity and impact in Year 2, as well as looking forward to Year 3.

 

2020/21 in numbers

Manchester Every Child Inclusion 2020-21 in Numbers

 

Over this year we have received significant support in the form of advice, financial support, pro-bono office support and technical expertise from a range of individuals and organisations for which we are sincerely grateful. These supporters include:

Funders

SHINE UK, Four Acre Trust

Core Funders

Allan and Gill Gray Philanthropy, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, The Linbury Trust, Montpelier Foundation, Peter Cundill Foundation, Swire Charitable Trust and Treebeard Trust 

Public Sector

Manchester City Council

 

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“Right to Succeed’s research-informed approach is made sustainable through their commitment to harness the power of the collective.”

Sir Harvey McGrath, British business and philanthropy Executive and Right to Succeed funder

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Sir Harvey McGrath, British business and philanthropy Executive and Right to Succeed funder

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“Right to Succeed’s research-informed approach is made sustainable through their commitment to harness the power of the collective.”
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"They have challenged our thinking, provided tools to help us improve our outcomes for young people and remained consistent throughout the process to date."

Head SLT Ed Diversity

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2019-03-21T20:41:08+00:00

Head SLT Ed Diversity

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"They have challenged our thinking, provided tools to help us improve our outcomes for young people and remained consistent throughout the process to date."
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"It shows me that the work that you are doing is enormously important. You are acting as filters, brokers, and relationship-builders. You are nudging, monitoring and linking the work in the region. You are generating momentum, funding, and enthusiasm."

David Weston CEO at Teacher Development Trust

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David Weston CEO at Teacher Development Trust

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"It shows me that the work that you are doing is enormously important. You are acting as filters, brokers, and relationship-builders. You are nudging, monitoring and linking the work in the region. You are generating momentum, funding, and enthusiasm."
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"After 30 years in this profession and eight years as a Head Teacher I can honestly say that I have never before worked with such professional people who have been able to challenge my thinking and inspire my practice"

Wendy Casson, Headteacher, Educational Diversity Pupil Referral Unit, Blackpool

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Wendy Casson, Headteacher, Educational Diversity Pupil Referral Unit, Blackpool

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"After 30 years in this profession and eight years as a Head Teacher I can honestly say that I have never before worked with such professional people who have been able to challenge my thinking and inspire my practice"
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