Working Collectively

No single organisation or charity can solve the problem of an unfair system on their own – but together we can.

We take into account the capabilities of both the child and the frontline practitioner as a whole

…and develop front line staff to ensure the effective delivery of improvement and embed great practice.

… and deliver local solutions to the inequities facing young people

Reach Programme

A three year programme aimed at reducing the risk of exclusions for pupils most at risk.

Key Stage 3 Literacy Programme

A literacy project aimed at improving the reading capabilities of students in Key Stage 3.

Discovery Phase Projects

In a Discovery phase we work with a local area to create the conditions that allow a collective, place-based approach to be effective.

Pathways for All

Pathways for All is a collaborative programme between Right to Succeed, Blackpool Opportunity Area and Educational Diversity 

It aims to support young people at risk of becoming NEET (not in education, employment  or training) to stay in education or training.

Every Child Project

The Every Child Project will show us how to reduce the risk of exclusion by better understanding and meeting the capability needs of children at risk of exclusion in Manchester. 

Cradle to Career

Cradle to Career brings together the community, professionals and the leaders that serve North Birkenhead with a place-based, collective impact approach to improving outcomes for children and young people. The community voice is the driving force behind direction and interventions.

Programme Partners

Connect to a network that believes in realising the potential of all young people
Our work would not be possible without the collective efforts of our programme partners.

Funders and Supporters

Support us in realising the potential of all young people. We are grateful to the many that have supported us on this journey to date.
Thank you for the support of Sir Harvey and Lady Allison McGrath and The Andrew & Belinda Scott Charitable Trust.
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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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2019-03-14T14:50:34+00:00

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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2019-03-21T20:45:45+00:00

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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2019-03-21T20:19:42+00:00

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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