Sep 09, 2013
As I reflect on yet another successful delivery of the life skills course, I find myself once again asking the question, why do so many parents wait for something traumatic to happen before they educate their children in the skills to keep them safe?
Aug 08, 2013
As a parent of three grown up children, I have often questioned my ability to parent correctly. Like many families struggling to make the right parenting decisions, tension between both my wife and I would often lead to silly arguments.
Apr 23, 2013
Life deals each and every one of us with a series of challenges that test our knowledge, determination, resilience and problem solving skills, so when we decide to take on additional challenges like setting up a charity you have to ask WHY?
Nov 07, 2012
The Young People are our Future project will benefit 25,000 young people in Milton Keynes.
Oct 11, 2012
“I am fed up of hearing about initiatives where young people with behaviour issues are being rewarded with fun activities in an attempt to adjust their attitude problems whilst a majority of well behaved young people never get such opportunities...
Jul 26, 2012
A local charity set up to improve the confidence, safety and opportunities for young people has been supported by two of Milton Keynes largest companies.
May 22, 2012
Well, it is that time of year when the Government turns its attention to the youth related problems again in an attempt to appease the growing frustration within communities up and down the country
May 09, 2012
The Young People are our Future project is now up and running with the launch of the web site on May 1st 2012. This dynamic activity is the ultimate community project designed to educate, inspire and motivate young people with real life skills
Mar 07, 2012
We would like to invite all passionate individuals, companies and groups to a presentation of the project called Young People are our Future from Life Skills for Children
Jan 25, 2012
Ask any person, why young people today act the way they sometimes do and you will be bombarded with an array of colourful answers.