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  • We are making positive changes in our local communities.

  • We are helping children to develop essential life skills.

  • We are providing equal opportunities.

  • We are raising aspirations.

  • We are creating an inclusive learning environment.

  • We inspire creativity.

  • We are teaching young people life skills.

  • We encourage a kindness economy.

  • We are improving social mobility.

Our Social Impact

What sets us apart

Hands-On Learning:

  • Our programmes offer a dynamic, hands-on learning environment where children not only develop practical skills but also gain a deep appreciation for the materials they work with.


Creativity Unleashed:

  • From building wooden birdhouses to crafting personalized bookmarks, our projects are designed to spark imagination and allow each child to express their unique creativity.

Sustainable Practices:

  • We teach the importance of sustainability by using reclaimed wood in all our projects. Through this, children learn about responsible resource use and contribute to reducing waste.

Building Confidence:

  • As children see their creations come to life, they build confidence in their abilities, fostering a sense of pride and accomplishment.

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Our commitment to sustainability

  • Sustainability is at the heart of everything that we do.

  • We use reclaimed materials in our creative practice.

  • A circular economy is important to us.

  • All the wood used in the products made by the students in the Creative Enterprise Challenge originates from re-used wooden boxes and plywood sheets supplied by our PIECES Partner, Morley Glass, a Leeds-based manufacturer of double-glazed window units that feature integral blinds.

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