We’re delighted to be one of the first 30 partners of the Greater Manchester Young Persons Wellbeing Programme (GMYPWP).

The GMYPWP is a city-region-wide effort to improve the wellbeing and prospects of young people. This work builds upon the Life Readiness Survey pioneered by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority.

The GMYPWP project will deliver a wellbeing assessment survey to participating secondary schools across all ten districts of Greater Manchester for three years starting from Autumn 2021.

The project will survey children about their wellbeing and preparedness for life beyond school, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim is that it will provide valuable insights and information for school leaders, charities, businesses and policymakers to provide appropriate support services and make immediate improvements.

The Tutor Trust’s Co-Founders, Nick Bent, CEO and Abigail Shapiro, Executive Director, said that partnership is vital to support the health and wellbeing of the city region’s next generation.

At the Tutor Trust our mission is to transform lives through tutoring, with the emphasis on transformation. We are proud to be a part of this programme which will help us all understand young people’s wellbeing better, and how we can all play a part in improving it.”

There's more information on the GMYPWP here.