Speak and be heard.

Helping young people improve their speaking and communication skills.

Your voice matters.

Giving young people across the UK the skills and confidence to make their voices heard.

Every voice matters.

Helping to build a stronger society in which the voices of young people are heard, whatever their background.

Training for all.

Anyone can improve their public speaking skills and confidence by signing-up for our one-day courses.

WHAT WE DO.

We unlock the potential of young people by building their confidence and improving their ability to express themselves verbally.

We provide these essential communication skills for some of the most disadvantaged young people in the UK, including the homeless, young carers and those in pupil referral units.

Our vision is that every young person is able to speak confidently and be heard.

But we can only do this with your help.  We work with schools, charities and businesses to make this impact.

Find out how you can support the work we do.

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE.

We are committed to making a meaningful difference to young people’s lives through our work.

We measure our reach and impact  on outcomes such as increased confidence, increased oracy skills and increased empathy with other people’s perspectives.

We are committed to transparency in reporting and publish our impact data online daily using an externally validated impact framework.

young people trained
Over 100,000 young people trained on the NCS programme
We work in 1 in 5 state secondary schools
86% of students increase their confidence
93% understand more about their classmates viewpoints, faiths, feelings and values
93% of our participants learned skills they can use in the next stage of education, training and employment
77% of students have increased their ability to work under pressure

“We’ve had such wonderful feedback from the session, and it was the first topic on our Friday afternoon staff briefing.  The students were “buzzing” and couldn’t stop talking about what they were learning.”