We have awarded a grant of £50,000 to Future Frontiers to support 400 students from London who are at risk of not fulfilling their potential at school or in their post-16 education and beyond. Our funding will support the students to participate in the first year of a new two-year programme aimed at students aged 14-15

The programme will provide personalised career coaching sessions and introduce young people to role models from a career or sector that interests them. We are delighted to partner with Future Frontiers and we hope this project will help pupils to develop the career readiness, self-belief and motivation that is crucial to making positive post-16 transitions in Year 11.