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Dare2Dream Foundation | Key partners working with the virtual school | Birmingham City Council

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Dare2Dream Foundation

The Dare2Dream Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to support young people in a range of ways.

Birmingham Virtual School use them to support young people in the peak of crisis and should be used as a short term intervention.

They offer bespoke support programmes in areas such as:

  • Social and Emotional Well-being.This programme aims to enhance emotional well-being by focusing areas such as emotional intelligence, coping strategies, resilience, confidence and self-esteem.
  • Positive Behaviour Support.  This programme aims to promote positive behaviour through building resilience, effective communication, promoting positive relationships, and raising of aspirations.
  • NEET Support for young people who are not engaged in education, employment or training. This programme aims to equip young people with skills and motivation to re-engage with education, training and employment.

Find out more about the Dare2Dream Foundation.

Download the Dare2Dream brochure 2019.

To find out more about the work that Birmingham Virtual School does with Dare2dream, and enquire about how they can support a child or young person you work with, please contact your BVS adviser or email BirminghamVirtualSchool@birmingham.gov.uk to be connected with the right person.

This support is accessed via a referral service and can be discussed and actioned via the PEP.