House Project Facilitator
Nathaniel has 6 years of experience working with children and young people. Before joining The National House Project, he worked as a Residential Childcare worker, within Alternative Provisions and mainstream Schools. He has most recently completed his degree at Wolverhampton University as a mature student.
Nathaniel believes that he can truly make a difference to the lives of young people as he genuinely cares and takes pride in everything that he does. Nathaniel enjoys being challenged and that every day is different when working with young people.
“…and so, the adventure begins!”
Some of our amazing young people are travelling to Northern Ireland next Monday, to learn transferable business skills.Read more
The Midlothian House Project is listed in the 'Practical Prevention Examples' as part of Crisis Scotland's '75 ways to reduce homelessness' report - a compendium of examples from services, projects and approaches in Scotland and beyond already working in the spirit and intention of new proposals to reduce homelessness.Read more
The National House Project featured in Greenwood Place Annual Report 2021-22! Young people leaving care at 16-18 can face a number of challenges, including a lack of qualifications, access to employment, life skills and the community needed to support independent living.Read more