Success Club empowers at-risk youth by fostering their mental health, personal development, and well-being. Through mindfulness-based wellbeing programs, we promote social, personal, and academic success, ensuring a positive impact on their lives.
At Success Club, our mission is to empower children and young people who face challenges and who might be risk of under-achieving to fulfil their social, personal and academic potential. Our aim is to help them rise up above their negative behaviour patterns and environments, through a series of reflective learning, confidence building and positive behaviour led programmes that have mindfulness at their heart; these can be delivered directly into schools (educational settings), online or through effective partnerships.
Our vision is to create a future where every at-risk youth thrives mentally, personally, and academically enabling a society filled with confident, resilient, and successful children and young people.
Our goal is: ‘no child left behind’.
Success Club Delivery Models
Programmes are designed to be delivered in the most effect methods.
- Face to face in schools or educational settings by Success Club
- Face to Face by other skilled educational stakeholders
- Online (live) training
- Online (recorded) training
- Lesson plan resources for third parties
Programme execution type
- Many programmes for primary pupils will be delivered on a whole class basis
- Some programmes will be select groups or individuals in ‘at risk’ categories
- Some programme will be specific targeted interventions
When possible, we aim to recruit and train up valuable members of local communities to be able to deliver these programmes.
The Success Club Programmes are designed to reach the maximum number of young people by training and enabling.
- Young people
- Their Educational stakeholders
- Their Parents or responsible adults
- Partners and alliances
From the Success Club Curriculum or Bespoke training
Success Club is an inclusive organisation with a non-discriminatory policy. Our programmes are devised to serve all audiences equally but we will, on occasion, develop programmes to reach certain specific target demographics who are over-represented and under-served within our communities or who are the subject of restricted funds (grants)