Too many young people from disadvantaged backgrounds do not fulfill their potential.
In the UK, family income is the strongest predictor of how well a young person will do at school and the future opportunities they will have. Future Frontiers exists to change this.
Too many young people from disadvantaged backgrounds do not achieve their full potential - at school and when transitioning to further education, training, or employment.
We deliver a two-year programme of coaching, advice and guidance to equip young people to realise their potential at school and take positive steps into education or training at age 16.
THE HIGHLY PERSONALISED APPROACH MEANS STUDENTS ARE GIVEN ENCOURAGING YET REALISTIC INSIGHT INTO CAREER OPTIONS AND PROVIDED WITH A CLEAR SENSE OF HOW TO REACH THEIR GOALS.
I COULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS PROGRAMME MORE."
LAURA ELLENER, HEADTEACHER
TO DATE WE HAVE SUPPORTED
IN 2021-22 WE WORKED WITH:
We share an insight into programme development and delivery in the first year of our strategy for Building Lasting Impact, including the findings of our first small-scale study on the impact of our two-year programme on pupils' engagement and attainment in school.
READ OUR 2021-22
READ OUR 2021-26 STRATEGY:
BUILDING LASTING IMPACT
Where you start in life should never determine where you end up. But in the UK today, the income of the family a child born into is still the strongest indicator of how well they will do at school and the opportunities they will have.
We exist to change this.
Find out how we're doing that in our 5 year strategy: Building Lasting Impact