After graduating from Mosaic’s Primary School mentoring programme at a special ceremony held at offices of Norton Rose Fulbright at London Riverside, a set of twin sisters in Year 5 at Harbinger Primary School in Tower Hamlets have shared their experiences.
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.
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.
Christ Church primary school is located on Brick Lane in London, surrounded by a number of disadvantaged areas.
As part of its commitment to helping shape the lives of young people from disadvantaged communities across the country, Mosaic partnered with NatCen Social Research (NatCen) in 2014 to carry out a five year evaluation of its Secondary School mentoring programme.
Beechwood School is a contemporary mixed comprehensive secondary school serving the Britwell community in Slough.
A multi-cultural and multi-faith school, Parrs Wood has partnered with Mosaic for the last three years.
The Birmingham primary school has been progressive and innovative in tackling a worrying trend of cultural factors affecting the progress of girls at Key Stage 2.
Manchester Academy, in the heart of Moss Side in Manchester, is a vibrant, dynamic and forward-thinking learning community, which embraces diversity and is committed to ensuring the success of its students.