St Ann’s Well Academy was visited, on Wednesday 3rd February, by Prince Harry as he dropped into St Ann’s on a private working visit to see the Full Effect project. The partnership project, delivered by Epic Partners and the Community Recording Studio, funded by The Royal Foundation aims to identify and support children and young people from becoming involved in youth violence and crime through a combination of early intervention, mentorship, and training. The visit gave His Royal Highness the chance to meet some of the children involved with the project and the delivery teams that are working on the ground with children and young people.
Whilst at St Ann’s Well, Prince Harry helped a group of year 5 and 6 girls involved in the project to make inspirational word art in picture frames. The girls presented him with his own frame and a Full Effect Hoodie. He then chatted with a few of St. Ann’s Wells youngest pupils in the dining hall as he made his way to join a meeting with the delivery team from 3 local schools involved in the project. (Huntingdon Academy, Blue Bell Hill and Nottingham Academy).
Full Effect is an initiative created by The Royal Foundation, supporting children and young people at risk of becoming involved in youth violence and crime in St Ann’s, Nottingham. The project looks to improve opportunities for young people through mentoring schemes, and by also working in schools and with their families.
For more information about Full Effect visit: www.full-effect.org
For more information about the Royal Foundation visit: www.royalfoundation.com
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