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Innovative pilot ‘RootED’ to transform outcomes for children and young people at risk of exclusion across three secondary schools in Ellesmere Port. Mobilisation of the pilot will begin in the...
We’re delighted to have been named a finalist in the Not-For-Profit of the Year category at the British Data Awards 2022. The British Data Awards is an annual campaign that sets out to uncover data...
Social Finance, a not-for-profit organisation, has partnered with global charitable foundation Wellcome, to launch the Data Prize in Mental Health in the UK and South Africa. The application process...
Adam succeeds David Hutchison, CEO since 2009, who announced his intention to stand down at the beginning of last year. David will support the successful transition to a new CEO and will also be...
Social Finance has partnered with School Home Support, a national charity, to develop a ‘blueprint’ model to provide intervention for children and young people most at risk of exclusion from school....
In 2019, the Timpson Review made a range of recommendations to Government, to better support children and young people at risk of exclusion. Many of those recommendations have not yet been ...
25% increase in persistently absent pupils 61% of persistently absent pupils were eligible for free school meals, in contact with children’s services or had special educational needs and...
Social Finance NL has been awarded funding to explore with Social Finance UK how to scale up the Individual Placement Support (IPS) approach across five European countries. The European Social...
We're pleased to report that our Collaborative Demand Modelling tool has been nominated for two iNetwork Innovation Awards: one for partner excellence, and another for Covid-19 response. The tool was...
Preventing violence is a priority for many young people in the UK who feel its impacts through fear, stress, loss, and physical harm. As well as being directly impacted by it, young people also talk...

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