Partners & Organisations

We are very proud to have a long standing relationships with a number of partners. These alliances has enabled us to deliver creative projects to dozens of students.

We also have partnerships with organisations that support the lives of young people by giving them help during challenging times in their lives. These include the NSPCC and the Youth Offending Team.

We hope these planned programmes enhance the lives of young people and give them the best oppurtunity to become involved in some sort of education employment or training when they leave our care.




Carillion, our School Business Partner offers us a wealth of opportunities that students can immediately benefit from.  These include:

  • Sponsoring the school ‘Enterprise Award’ where we can recognise and celebrate the achievements of Outstanding Students and Most Improved Students through each year.
  • Providing Employability Skills Workshops to improve student’s potential after leaving school.
  • Delivering Youth Apprenticeships for students to gain real experience in the world of work and help prepare them for their adult lives at college, university or work.
Tower Hamlets

For many years there's been a well established partnership between Tower Hamlets PRU and the local authority.

Prince's Trust XL Programme

The Prince's Trust is a registered charity, incorporated by Royal Charter, in England and Wales (1079675) and Scotland (SC041198).
Registered Office: The Prince's Trust, Prince's Trust House, 9 Eldon Street, London, EC2M 7LS

Think Forward

This initiative places a full-time Progression Coach into the PRU to support Year 9 &10 pupils who are at risk of becoming NEET. Interventions are designed to develop Personal Development and Employability skills and include 1-2-1 coaching, group work and exposure to the world of work. In addition to entry and sustainment of post-16 opportunities, Progression Coaches are targeted on improving attendance, behaviour and attainment.


NSPCC are well established in the borough and we work closely with them to support young people. 
NSPCC registered charity numbers 216401 and SC037717