Ariel Trust

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About Us

Ariel Trust is an educational charity, whose mission is to support the development of resilient young people. Ariel Trust creates interactive resources for schools that tackle issues young people face, whilst also supporting academic attainment. The resources are designed in partnership with young people and teachers and contain real life scenarios. At the heart of their work is an evidence-based approach designed to motivate and engage young people, changing their attitudes, behaviour and levels of achievement.

The Ariel way

Ariel Trust:

Delivers projects in partnership with young people. Our projects deliver clear and measurable outcomes that make a real difference to the lives of the young people involved.

Works in partnership with, internationally recognised, leaders in their field to ensure successful outcomes, outstanding results and reliable, evidence-based project evaluation.

Addresses the issues which affect the lives of young people including:

  •             Domestic violence
  •             Homophobic bullying
  •             Racially-motivated bullying
  •             Anti-social behaviour
  •             Alcohol misuse
  •             Road safety
  •             Deliberate fire-setting and arson

Date Awarded: 29th September 2015
Quality Level Marks: Level 1
Social Value Pledges:
  • To develop more resilient young people, offering them exciting, imaginative opportunities to develop life skills and confidence
  • To improve the health and well being of young people by making an early intervention, to empower young people to identify risks and make positive life choices
  • To prevent crime by working in partnership with schools and others, to engage young people, for them to make positive choices about their behaviour and changing how they are perceived by the wider community
  • To provide young people with imaginative spaces in which they can practice the communication skills they will need to become effective employees
  • To develop stronger more resilient communities by offering young people the chance to develop positive social networks, positive social skills and positive social behaviour
  • To reduce the need for crisis support required by young people. Raising their awareness of risk, developing the skills and confidence they need to make positive choices
  • To protect the environment, developing sector leading approaches to e-learning, engaging large numbers of learners with a small environmental impact