Throughout the years, we have found that our programme leads to increased confidence, empathy, teamwork and communication skills and we have also received a lot of positive feedback from children, teachers and other members of the community. Importantly, we are committed to building a lasting legacy of peace in Jimmy’s name, therefore we have also begun a study with Greenwich University to measure the impact of our programme.

“I’ve seen the children grow so much in confidence from the beginning of the course to the end of the programme. Kids that I would usually see as being quite shy or quiet and now seem to speak confidently and have become really good role models for our school.”

Nick Simms, Deputy Head, Athelney Primary School
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