This year, we at MEaP like so many organisations in our sector, have really needed to be creative and resourceful in order to meet the demands of what has been a challenging year of COVID-19 and the lockdowns. We hope as the vaccine rolls out in our communities, we can keep ourselves safe in anticipation for a better 2021.
Here are some updates on last year’s report
We are currently working towards our official launch on January 13th 2020.Our End of Year Round up of 2019
We did launch our Afterschool Provision but the lockdown made it impossible for us to continue delivering our services as we had anticipated.
Here are the notable highlights of our challenging year:
Launching our MEaP Academy Community Education Centre
We re-organised our services to run on a community digital platform. For more details, read here
We successfully ran an employability course for NEETs. For more details, read here
We successfully hosted our first series of Global Citizenship workshops with young people from the UK, Brazil and The Gambia. For more details, read here
We successfully ran an online Summer School for KS3 students in Maths, English and Sciences. For more details, read here
We successfully ran an online play group for the under 5’s. For more details, read here
We helped to form a national consortium of Black education providers. For more details, read here
We successfully piloted commissioned LAC/EAL work from Cumbria County Council. For more details, read here
We successfully piloted commissioned SEND work from RC Barlow High (via Manchester City Council). For more details, read here
We submitted evidence to a Cabinet Office Ethnic disparities and inequality in the UK call. For more details, read here
Wishing you a Peaceful Christmas and Safe New Year!