In partnership with Kaleidoscope, Up Front is a differentiated intervention programme for Key 2 to Key Stage 4 pupils, which aims to provide a resilience and signposting tool kit while increasing the positive well-being of participants.
Schools often utilise Up Front as part of their PSHE offer, while others may target specific vulnerable groups for this programme.
The Albion Foundation uses the backdrop of football in an effort to normalise mental health issues amongst young people while providing them with self-help tools and, for some, professional support via sign posting.
The numbers behind the Foundation's Up Front programme:
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