Bradley Stoke Community School

Tesco - Bags of Help cash award

Appeal for votes to bag a share of Tesco’s fund

Concorde Learning Intervention Centre

We have been shortlisted to receive the ‘Bags of Help’ cash award for the Concorde Learning Intervention Centre (CLIC) and would love it if you can vote for this project please, in partnership with The Olympus Academy Trust. The project with the highest number of votes will receive £4,000, second place £2,000 and the third placed project £1,000.
CLIC provides Bradley Stoke Community school, Abbeywood Community school and Patchway Community school students with an alternative to exclusion from school and helps students who are currently disengaged from education to build confidence in themselves as learners and develop the skills and attitudes they need to make a positive contribution in their community.
CLIC premises have recently been refurbished so that they meet basic needs, but there is a great deal more to be done to make it a place where young people can thrive and really meet their potential in the way they deserve.
We know that all young people can achieve their potential with the right opportunities. A minority of our students will struggle with mainstream school environment, for often quite short periods of time, where they may experience difficulties and miss out on critical aspects of their education. We offer a wide range of programmes and options to ensure that young people continue to access education during these times and CLIC is a fundamental part of this.
Whether you have a child in primary or secondary please consider voting for this project on behalf of all the young people who may benefit from this under-funded provision both now and in the future.
Voting will take place from Tuesday 2nd January 2018 to Wednesday 28th February 2018 in the following stores: Tesco Extra Bradley Stoke, Tesco Express Hatchet Rd Stoke Gifford, Tesco Express Bradley Pavillions, Tesco Express Baileys Court and Winterbourne Esso Express High St.