Success Club is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence both in and outside the classroom.
Success Club believes when children succeed in the moment, they are able to create templates they can refer to at any time.
Our team puts mindfulness at the heart of our intervention, teaching young people how to develop a better relationship with themselves.
Through their mindfulness practice, students understand the wider implications of negative attitudes and are guided to find solutions to issues they may face now and in the future.
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Our core aim is to support and maintain the wellbeing and performance of young people who are potentially at risk of under-achieving academically and socially as a result of challenging and negative behaviour patterns.
We strive to provide wellness support and personal learning opportunities to primary school children which enhances their personal development.
We're so pleased to have been featured in the latest issue of The Enfield Dispatch.Take a look Here: enfielddispatch.co.uk/childrens-charity-celebrates-five-year
Children and adults are surprised about how powerful taking 5 mins out of their day to colour, listen to themselves breath or just sit quietly can have on their wellbeing. Here are some children sitting in meditation. Also, we have displayed some of their art work...
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We’re overjoyed to announce our recognition by London Youth with the esteemed Bronze Quality Mark—an accolade that embodies our team’s unwavering dedication, notably led by our exceptional General Manager, Esmé Wright. Their commendation speaks volumes. Moreover, we’re proud to share our recent recognition in the Nexus Education Awards
“I have come to the frightening conclusion that I am the decisive element. It is my personal approach that creates the climate. It is my daily mood that makes the weather…. I can be a tool of torture or an instrument of inspiration, I can humiliate or humor, hurt or heal…. If we treat people as they are, we make them worse. If we treat people as they ought to be, we help them become what they are capable of becoming.”