FUEL has been working with young people who have been permanently excluded or on the verge of permanent exclusion from mainstream school environments in KS3/4 since 2009.
Their aim is to support these young people to progress to either reintegration back into mainstream schools or post 16 Education, Employment, Apprenticeships or Training through personalised plans.
The Isla Foundation will be supporting FUEL with their project: FUEL 4 LIVES. A short, targeted intervention project comprising a series of 4 educational workshops to address Knife and Youth Crime within the BAME youth community in Nottingham and for young people excluded from school who are at higher risk of involvement in Knife Crime.
To find out more information on how you can support FUEL please visit their website.