The Finding Futures Programme - Primary
Our high-impact Finding Futures programme equips targeted Year 5 and 6 students with the skills they need to flourish in their SAT's and successfully transition to secondary school, helping them enjoy a happy and successful future.
Hi, I'm Sophie and I manage all of our school partnerships. I'd love to talk to you about becoming part of our network of schools.
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How we support your students:
Our year-long programme provides targeted students with personalised support. Through a developmental journey of inspirational coaching sessions and immersive experiences, students develop valuable life skills and are inspired to reach their full potential.
Our highly experienced Coaches support students to self-reflect and take responsibility for their development.
Play Your Part
Developing global citizenship through a challenging, real-world community action project.
Into the Wild
Stepping outside of their comfort zone, students come together with others on an action packed three day residential.
World of Work
Exploring different career options through valuable, first-hand experience.
An opportunity for students to showcase the skills they have developed throughout the programme.
The Talent Toolbox
All of our work involves the Talent Toolbox: a unique, structured approach to the development of soft skills, which allows us to accurately measure and monitor progress.
Students can use the Talent Toolbox to create personalised targets and drive their own development. Through this, they become excellent self-reflectors, achieving above and beyond their expectations.
"A rare and genuinely innovative approach to measurement."
Yes Futures has helped me in countless ways; making new friends, building my communication skills and hardly ever giving up. If I had trouble. Thank you to all my friends, school and Coaches for helping me get over my fears.
Year 5 Student, Norbury School
Teachers have commented how much happier and more confident the children on the programme are. They are all speaking up in class more and taking on more of a leadership role in group work. We are all really pleased to have joined the programme. Thank you all for your hard work and commitment to providing a brighter future for our pupils.
Siobhan Malcolm, Montem Academy