Parents and Guardians

We are pleased to now be able to offer a Programme for Lambeth Young People.  The Programme aims to promote engagement or re-engagement with learning for students who reside in the London Borough of Lambeth.   The Programme, which is free of cost to both school, parent/guardian and student, is offered to students who have commenced Year 10 in September 2015 and is for a period of two years.  


The Programme

The aim of the Programme is to complement the students' school experience such that their intellectual and social capabilities are enhanced, and they are empowered to make choices about the direction of their lives following completion of examinations.

Over a two-year period, through vibrant monthly Workshops, students shall take part in a co-ordinated range of activities. Students are supported by programme leaders and friendly student helpers in small groups.

Ongoing feedback and monitoring from parents and schools will help to ensure a strong partnership way of working which is a central theme of the programme. The partnership approach helps maximise the success of the programme for everyone.


Objectives of the Programme
  • Improved GCSE grades at KS4 

  • Continuation of academic or vocational education post-16 

  • Ability to make informed career choices 

  • Develop personal skills and effectiveness


Student Selection

Parent/Guardian or Teacher Referral - The selection criteria for potential participants is:


  • Students who are in receipt of /or eligible to free school meals

  • Students who live in the borough of Lambeth

  • A student shows the ability to do well academically, however  is currently in danger of underperforming


Parent/Guardian Commitment


Agree to support the student by:


  • Attending at least one Parent Support Workshop each year of the two year Programme

  • Attending an annual Programme meeting with the school and Windsor Fellowship staff


Next Actions


Confirm your interest in offering the Programme to your eligible Year 10 student by Friday August 14th 2015.


If you would like to find out more about ths programme please contact Ivy Kayima on or call 020 7250 8445.