...is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence both in and outside the classroom.
... believes when children succeed in the moment, they are able to create templates they can refer to at any time.
... helps students understand the wider implications of negative attitudes, allowing them to find solutions to issues they may face now and in the future.
... puts mindfulness at the heart of our intervention, teaching young people how to develop a better relationship with themselves.
"To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong."
In school, I was told by my teacher that I didn't have a snowball's chance in hell of amounting to anything! I hated that. I later realised the same thing had been told to me, in different ways, throughout my childhood. I do this work to ensure young people know that somebody else's ideology of where they're from, what they look like or what they can or can't do, doesn't have to become their reality. I feel this work is fundemental because I want to see positive change, particularly in areas where the stories young people tell about themselves and the stories told about them are negative. I want to help young people think, produce and experience more so they become assets in their local communities: then they become assets to the wider community".
Tony Dallas (CEO and Founder Success Club)
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