Acorn Wellbeing Outreach specialises in providing support to children and young people through a variety of ways including sports and arts therapy, counselling and outreach work.
All children are unique. They learn, think and develop in different ways and at varying pace. Unfortunately, teachers cannot always respond to these individual differences, especially in large classrooms, leaving many children with anxiety and feelings of shame and low self esteem.
The Lars Windhorst Foundation is collaborating with UniAdmissions Foundation to provide university admissions support to help disadvantaged students get into highly competitive universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.
There are huge divides in terms of access and quality of education across Africa. Mathematics in particular proves problematic, falling far short of global standards.
During this time of national upheaval and crisis, the Lars Windhorst Foundation is acutely aware of the disruption that will be caused to young people’s lives and education which is why it is offering essential support to schools, staff and families.
The Lars Windhorst Foundation has partnered with multiple state schools to help support equality and diversity within the field of computing.
There is a lack of diversity in the computer science and information technology sectors of the economy, especially among women and underrepresented minorities.
Government funding cuts in the UK mean that schools are increasingly under pressure to reduce their arts provisions.
The Lars Windhorst Foundation hosted a dinner in partnership with the Milken Institute inviting high profile individuals from all echelons of society ranging from education to business to government to discuss the challenges of social mobility.
Diversity United is a travelling exhibition displaying approximately 200 works of contemporary art by 81 European artists from 35 countries.
Golfers with the right credentials to play collegiate golf in America don’t always have the financial backing to fulfil the opportunity and this is why the Lars Windhorst Foundation will make that dream come true for two student athletes, one male and one female.
The Lars Windhorst Foundation is collaborating with The Access Project to deliver an intensive maths summer catch up programme to pupils from economically disadvantaged backgrounds through online tutoring sessions with highly experienced maths tutors.