YES Futures

We work in partnership with YES Futures to give our students a head-start in lifeYES F beyond school. 

YES Futures is a multi-award winning education charity founded and run by teachers. The YES Futures charity works with 8-18 year olds in schools across the South East. Through tailored extra-curricular personal development programmes, YES Futures empowers young people to make ambitious choices and realise their potential. 

 

What is the Rising Futures programme? 

The Rising Futures programme is specially designed to support secondary school students aged 11-18. The programme accelerates students’ progression through the development of essential life skills to support their success in the classroom and beyond. 

The programme runs for 12 months per cohort and is composed of a Welcome Evening, two day trips, a three-day residential trip, and a Graduation Ceremony. 

Throughout the programme, the students also benefit from several in-school Coaching sessions, with trained Coaches. All Coaches are DBS checked and trained in child protection. 

Please click here for more detailed information about the impact of the Rising Futures Programme at Chertsey High School 

Click Here To Download The CHS Rising Futures Impact Report

Click Here To Download Our Approach to Measuring ImpactClick Here To Download Rising Futures School Impact Summary

 

Get in touch for more information. Please contact Sophie Bartlett (Impact Manager)

  • Email: sophie@yesfutures.org
  • Telephone: 020 81 444 393
  • Or visit their website: www.yesfutures.org

 

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