Individually, all of the ContinU Trust partners, primary and high schools and the college, deliver wide ranging activities, curricular and extracurricular, to foster a sense of belonging, values and citizenship amongst our young people. For some years now we have jointly celebrated the amazing Young Citizens Challenge which sees around 1000 primary (yr6) students each June engage in activities with our local emergency services aimed at learning how to stay safe and look out for others in the community. We have also promoted several anti-racism sports events in liaison with Show Racism The Red Card.

Young Citizens Challenge winners 2014 - Lickhill primary Young Citizens Challenge 2014 Young Citizens Challenge 2013 winner St Ambrose ContinU Primary pupils in anti-racism event
Young Citizens Challenge Winners 2014 – Lickhill primary Young Citizens Challenge 2014 Young Citizens Challenge 2013 Winner – St Ambrose ContinU Primary pupils in anti-racism event

In 2014 we launched the ‘Be The Change’ Award for Yr12 students who have made a striking and notable contribution to their local and wider community. Each head-teacher/principal in the partnership nominated a student  who has made a particular contribution to the lives and wellbeing of others – whether through volunteering, peer support, charity fundraising or a combination of these. Ten truly remarkable young people were celebrated this year in 2015 in the second cohort of ‘Be The Change’!

Be The Change 2014 winner for Kidderminster College Be The Change 2014 winner for Baxter College Be The Change 2014 winner for Haybridge
Be The Change 2014 winner for Kidderminster College Be The Change 2014 winner for Baxter College Be The Change 2014 winner for Haybridge