Tomorrow’s Achievers programme of workshops for children joins the Coram Group
Published: Monday 3rd April 2017
From 3 April 2017, the Tomorrow’s Achievers programme of workshops for children will become part of Coram, the UK’s oldest children’s charity.
The Tomorrow’s Achievers Educational Trust has been providing specialist masterclasses for gifted children across the country, with courses covering a wealth of topics including science, technology, philosophy, literature and the arts.
Both parents and teachers can refer children to the masterclasses, which are delivered to almost 1,000 children every year. Over 18,000 children have benefitted from service since it launched almost 20 years ago.
The masterclasses will now sit within Coram’s education and wellbeing programmes, and will be developed to reach greater numbers of high-achieving pupils at the Key Stage Two phase of schooling. Administration for the programme will be now based at Coram’s head office in Brunswick Square, London.
Dr Carol Homden CBE, Chief Executive of Coram said: “We are delighted to welcome Tomorrow’s Achievers to Coram as part of our expanding portfolio of resources promoting children’s learning and emotional wellbeing. We look forward to developing and expanding the reach of the programme, offering stimulating and exciting experiences for children and giving them the confidence they need to thrive and realise their potential.”
Coram reaches more than a million children and young people every year, helping children and young people develop their skills and emotional health, finding adoptive parents and upholding children’s rights, creating change that lasts a lifetime.
The Coram Group includes Coram Life Education, the UK’s leading provider of high quality Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education, reaching more than half a million children nationally.