Mosaic mentees in Milton Keynes from the Milton Keynes Academy and Lord Grey School have been bringing to life lessons from their mentoring sessions at the annual Milton Keynes Art in the Park Festival as part of Mosaic’s proud support of the Step Up To Serve #iwill campaign.
Funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the Widening Participation (WP) programme at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) delivers outreach and engagement activities to targeted groups of young people that are under-represented in Higher Education.
Samrah Jaffrey qualified as a solicitor 22 years ago and is currently a consultant for Duncan Lewis, leading on personal injury and clinical negligence matters. She is based in Watford.
Aylward Academy is a coeducational secondary school in Edmonton, North London, which works with disadvantaged 11-18 year olds in an area of severe social and economic deprivation.
West Midlands Police force has worked closely with Mosaic since 2012. During this time, the force has facilitated three ‘World of Work’ visits and over 40 staff members have signed up and volunteered as mentors for Mosaic.
Ken Heaton is Sustainability & Community Engagement Manager for facilities management company, Mitie.
Sonia Lapaire was in charge of Providence’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme and was introduced to Mosaic by the Business in the Community. She is now working for Beautiful British Spring in collaboration with the community and the financial sector.
Christ Church primary school is located on Brick Lane in London, surrounded by a number of disadvantaged areas.
Education and parental involvement has been a keen interest of Angela’s for a number of years, dating back to when she supported St Alphege CE Infant School in Solihull in the early 2000s as a volunteer parent librarian.