Prospects (kensington) Ltd

Prospects (kensington) Ltd

Charity information

Prospects (kensington) Ltd

Futures of Youth (F. O. Y): 1) Supplementary School (P. JEFFREY ACADEMY OF HIGHER ACHIEVEMENT) (Structured extra curriculum classes in Maths, English, Science, Computer studies. 2) Structured Education Programme: A) Structured Information Communications Technology (SITec) “COMPUTER CLUB” B) Support, advocacy and representation at school for children who have problems at school, particularly those threatened with exclusion. 3) Futures of Returning to Work (ForWorK) – A) Over 16’s. Computer

Founded 1991

  • Mission statement

    Prospects Kensington Ltd is a community organisation based in North Kensington. The organisation is rooted in the community, has a history of over 44 years and was established as a charitable company in November 1991. The aim of the organisation is to address socio-economic problems of disadvantaged communities in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Brent, Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham, and surrounding boroughs. The organisation’s young adult and adult service users are unemployed, and low skilled, and the younger service users are underachieving educationally and need extra help with School Work. We aim to break down the barriers that prevent disadvantaged individuals from gaining meaningful employment and the ethos is to ultimately improve the quality of life for the community as a whole. We have a strong track record in providing innovative approaches to tackling the barriers that contribute to long-term unemployment, and enabling people to gain employment.

    The organisation is based on the Swinbrook Estate in the Golborne ward which is in North Kensington and is listed as being in the worst 5% deprived wards in England. A large number of our users come from Golborne, St. Charles, Notting Barns, and Queens park Ward in Westminster, which are all listed as being in the 10% most deprived wards in England.

  • Aims

    Prospects (kensington) Ltd aims to:

    • We aim to break down the barriers that prevent disadvantaged individuals from gaining meaningful employment and the ethos is to ultimately improve the quality of life for the community as a whole.
  • Overview

    Established: November 1991

    Registered Charity Number: 1036225

    Board members: 6

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 8

    Phone number: 02089691777

    Address: Swinbrook Community Centre,, 145 Acklam Road W10 5YX

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