News from August 2022

Centre offers a new Oasis for the city’s young people in care

26th August 2022

The City of Wolverhampton’s Council new Oasis Co-Production Hub, for children and young people who are in or leaving care, was officially opened yesterday (Wednesday 24 August, 2022). The Oasis, on Willenhall Road, is the main base for the city’s House Project, a partnership between the council, Wolverhampton Homes, the National House Project and commercial partner Reconomy which supports young care leavers make the transition to independent living.

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The House Project: Jason wins Aspirational awards

26th August 2022

Jason Jarvis from Wolverhampton House Project has recently won an aspirational award, awarded by the National House Project. Aspirational Awards are sums of money given to young people to help them achieve their aspirations. They are to help young people do something that will have a long-term impact on their life. Jason has been able to use the money to buy a 3D Printer which will support his business venture.

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THE HOUSE PROJECT REFERENCED IN ROTHERHAM COUNCIL OFSTED REPORT!

15th August 2022

Children's Social Care Services in Rotherham have been rated Good by Ofsted, with inspectors highlighting the House Project support as 'impressive'. As part of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council offer to care leavers, Ofsted Inspectors reported.

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Newsletter January 2024
Newsletter January 2024

Is it too late to wish you all a Happy New Year? Our last newsletter covered the first half of 2023, so we are taking this opportunity to share all the fantastic things that we have been up to in the second half of the year and what we have coming up in 2024.

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A message from our CEO January 2024
A message from our CEO January 2024

Last year we celebrated our 5th Birthday and whilst this was a great opportunity to reflect on our collective and individual achievements, we soon set about setting our vision for the next 10 years, and the strategy to get us there. Increasing our reach to more young people both by spreading and diversifying in local authorities where there is already an existing Local House Project (LHP) and scaling to new LAs is key whilst at the same time improving our offer by acting on the insights of young people, colleagues and independent evaluations.  

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Young Energy Champions Are Live!
Young Energy Champions Are Live!

The Young Energy Champions are now live across YouTube, TikTok and Spotify! They have come up with several different ways to make you aware of saving energy and how important it is to be aware.

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