Quotes from Young people on the project

The HP provides food life experience & a good chance to improve your independence and team skills
The HP has really supported us in the prospect of moving into independence. It gives us a stable environment

The HP is like my second family that I can go to if I have something that is worrying me

The HP is a chance to develop your personality, without the fear of being judged
I’m not running away from my past, I’m running towards my dreams
Inspirational time to bond – learning new skills for the future

Young people at the heart of decision making

Their collective views and ideas drive the development of all House Projects through the Care Leavers National Movement. They meet on a regular basis to share good practice, talk about and find solutions to any challenges they are facing and to suggest new ways of doing things. They work hard, have fun and their views make a real difference to how young people leave care and move into their own homes.

The reason why I joined CLNM is because I feel like I can have an impact on young people’s views and make their voices heard

Latest News

Latest News

THE HOUSE PROJECT REFERENCED IN CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON COUNCIL OFSTED REPORT!
THE HOUSE PROJECT REFERENCED IN CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON COUNCIL OFSTED REPORT!

City of Wolverhampton Council Ofsted report published Wednesday 18th May 2022, refers to the House Project! Children's Social Care Services in Wolverhampton have again been rated Good by Ofsted, with inspectors highlighting examples of 'innovative' and 'outstanding' practice.

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Warwickshire House Project wins prestigious award
Warwickshire House Project wins prestigious award

The Warwickshire House Project was delighted to be invited to the High Sheriff’s Awards for 2021/2022 on Thursday 7 April, hosted by the High Sheriff of Warwickshire, Lady Min Willoughby de Broke at The Halse Pavillion at Warwick School.

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Young care leavers from Wolverhampton celebrate graduation from House Project
Young care leavers from Wolverhampton celebrate graduation from House Project

Young people in Wolverhampton have celebrated graduating from The House Project, a ground breaking scheme designed to help care leavers move into their own home and forge an independent life.

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