Vulnerable Children Projects

Thanks to generous funding from Trusts and Foundations, Corporate Partnerships and Local Authority Commissioning, we work with a number of organisations and schools to support the mental health and wellbeing of vulnerable children.

In 2021 Partnership for Children received a generous grant from Postcode Community Trust a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery to support the mental health of over 100 children.

We have projects running with Looked after Children, Young Carers, children who have been excluded or cannot attend mainstream school for other reasons, children living in deprivation and poverty and children with special educational needs.

Read more about the evidence and impact of our Skills for Life programmes, including the improvement of emotional literacy, coping skills and social skills of children who take part.

Young Carer Services, Virtual Schools, or other organisations working with vulnerable children who are interested in implementing our Skills for Life programmes should contact us to discuss further.

Schools looking for social and emotional learning programmes to support vulnerable pupils within the classroom or in small intervention groups can use Pupil Premium Funding to access the programmes – read more information on costs.

‘I think we can all help each other and it is OK to get help. Not everyone has the answers’

Child in foster care, Croydon