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Group 4


Group 4

About Us

Prentice Hill is a not-for-profit organisation that works with children and young people to develop a range of interpersonal skills to promote independence and well being. We are committed to building support networks within the community to improve social conditions and improve health outcomes.

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To work holistically with children and young people and encourage them to be active learners through research and exploration. We pride ourselves on our close working relationships with parents and carers to ensure that families feel supported.

To address food poverty by redistributing food and other resources within the local community.

To support individuals/ families or children and young people that require additional support/ resources due to Covid-19.

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Alternative Education

Prentice Hill is an alternative education provision for students that have behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. We offer an Independent Living Skills course in a safe environment for students that may have experienced difficulties within a mainstream setting. Our aims are closely aligned with the ‘Every Child Matters’ Framework which enables us to empower students to transfer the skills they have learnt and turn them into real life experiences. We accept children and young people aged 12 – 18 years old.

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Food Poverty

We work with vulnerable groups that may be experiencing ‘food poverty’. These groups include individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, older people with limited social support, refugees, asylum seekers and families that have low or no income. We are proud to work in partnership with the Feeding Britain Network in Bradford and Keighley with a range of organisations that are committed to ending hunger locally. Key activities include:

  • Holiday food programmes
  • Weekly drop in for hot meals
  • Outreach work with families
  • Participation in study to increase understanding of local food poverty
  • Active support for food banks and shelters during Covid 19 crisis
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Covid-19 Response

The Government has directed that we are able to remain open as an alternative education provision however we are no longer able to provide a weekly drop in service. Alternatively, we are now focusing on our outreach services to redistribute resources within the community. Our policy of not allowing visitors on-site, other than in exceptional circumstances, remains in place. All of these actions have been taken to minimise the risk to young people and staff.

We take very seriously the health and safety of the children and young people who learn with us as well as that of our dedicated staff team. Families and staff with Covid-19 symptoms such as, a high temperature, a dry continuous cough and loss of taste / smell should immediately contact us, stay home and refrain from attending.

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