Jack Petchey Foundation
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20 July 2018

I worked at the Jack Petchey Foundation and this is what I learnt...

Molly spent a week working at the Foundation as part of a work experience placement, here she writes all about what she learnt and the experiences she had!

18 July 2018

Young dancers take to the stage for Step Live: Copy and Paste

Young dancers performed at the Sadler's Wells theatre this week for the Step Into Dance programme's Step Live event

13 July 2018

Volunteer educates Nepalese women on the warning signs of breast cancer

Jessica travelled to Nepal where she volunteered to deliver educational sessions to the rural community

04 July 2018

Bexley youth group meet lions and monkeys at Wingham Wildlife Park!

Bexley Snap used their Educational Visit Grant to visit the Wingham Wildlife Park

02 July 2018

Cycling group use Small Grant to ride across famous routes of Belgium

Small Grant helps to fund a training weekend in Belgium for a group of young cyclists

29 June 2018

Students take a magical day out to the Harry Potter studios!

A group of students were taken to the Harry Potter studios and another took part in a workshop at the Barbican, thanks to a Small Grant from the Foundation

28 June 2018

Sixth form students win Achievement Awards for setting up a LGBTQ+ society at school

Sixth form students Joe and Jordan from Southend High School for Girls set up a LGBTQ+ society at school and encouraged other local schools to do the same

19 June 2018

Young players at Acorn FC get specialist mentoring and football training

Young football players get mentoring and football training from professionals thanks to a Small Grant from the Jack Petchey Foundation

06 June 2018

Young judo players travel to Belgium for exciting tournament!

United Judo, a youth judo group from Bexley, travelled to Belgium to take part in a special European tournament- the Hermee Cup, helped by a Small Grant

05 June 2018

College student shares her experiences after visiting Auschwitz

After returning from a memorable visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum in Poland, Lela was so inspired by the sights she had witnessed that she wanted others to be educated