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Previous Radius Partnerships


Through our Radius programme and the support of so many within our school community, we have been fortunate to work in partnership with a number of local schools, charities and organisations, supporting primary school aged children within our local neighbourhood. To read more about these partnerships, many of which will be on-going, please hover on the images below.

RISE Kids (CIC):
Summer 2021

RISE Kids was brought to our attention by Young K&C, a charity that works with partner organisations to support vulnerable children in the local area. RISE Kids was initially set up by local parents to support children and families who have been affected by the Grenfell fire, RISE Kids hold vital summer camps for local children in need who have been worst affected by the pandemic over the past year. These camps are a lifeline for low income families in the local area, offering activities to help children learn and develop their knowledge and skills, whilst having fun and seeing friends. During Summer 2021, they ran a holiday programme for over 100 children.

Thanks to the support from NHP, we raised £5,343.75 for RISE Kids, which was then match funded by a £5,000 grant from Young K&C. This not only allowed them to offer a four-week programme of arts, cultural activities and sports for the children and the opportunity to visit places like the Natural History Museum and the Design Museum but to also run another activity camp in the October half term. 

K&C Collective Christmas Box Appeal:
Autumn 2020

A particularly tough year for many, the K&C Collective - a consortium of local charities - launched the Christmas Box Appeal in 2020 to provide vulnerable families and residents within the borough with a Christmas box containing food, decorations and gifts. Thanks to the support of the NHP community, we were able to raise £5,720 - enough to provide 153 boxes. A heartfelt thanks to all those who contributed towards this.

In total 4,031 boxes were delivered, reaching 8,365 people in the borough including 220 homeless people. Gifts were also sent to 20 in-patients at the children's eating disorder unit in Kensington. The campaign raised a surplus £58,000 which is being used to provide meals over half term and Easter break to local children in need.

We will once again be supporting this incredibly worthwhile initiative this year.

Avondale Extra:
Autumn 2020

A charity founded in 2002 by local volunteers to benefit the children of Avondale Park Primary School. Their aim is to broaden experience and create lifelong interests in their pupils through funding activities (including sports, the arts, educational excursions and residential trips) and providing resources that make a significant difference to their lives. 44% of the students at Avondale Park, who attend school less than a mile away from NHP, are eligible for free school meals, compared to the national average of 13.7%. The Covid-19 pandemic has hit a number of these families particularly hard. The closure of schools has meant a lack of regular meals for many children, as well as difficulty accessing technology for remote learning. Avondale Extra is helping to bridge that gap by enabling access to vital educational resources such as laptops, providing after school provision, and a breakfast club run by teaching staff. Almost £23,000 was raised by the NHP community in support of this fantastic initiative.

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