More Help for Children and Young People In Stoke on Trent
Written by Hitmix News Team on 20 May 2021
Nearly 1.4 million pounds is being pumped into helping hundreds more children and young people in Stoke-on-Trent get a better chance in life.
The programme aims to help them improve in key subjects such as maths and English, support pupils who are at risk of falling out of education or give older students the confidence and skills to make the leap from school into work.
Since 2018, the City’s ‘Ay up Duck’ project has delivered over 26,000 meals for just over 18 thousand people, including over 15 thousand children in schools and community centres, alongside sport, music and art sessions, with those attending saying the project is helping to rebuild their communities.