About Us Who We Are Delivery Partners Delivery Partners West London Zone opportunities are delivered through a partnership of charities working locally, giving WLZ children access to opportunities they might not otherwise have. Action Tutoring English and Maths tuition with volunteer tutors to help students progress towards further education, employment or training. And Circus Circus skills training for developing children and young people's motor reflexes, creative potential and social-emotional skills. Arch 197 Fun, energetic street dance classes for all abilities and ages. Art Therapy Art therapy offers children and young people a space to explore their feelings through art making, play and discussion with a qualified Art Therapist. Beanstalk One to one literacy support sessions provided by volunteer readers to help children with their reading ability and confidence. Bike Guys Weekly BMX sessions with a qualified instructor to help children improve their confidence and skills in a fun and safe outdoor environment. Brixton People's Kitchen - Be Enriched and the London Cooking Project Practical group cooking sessions to help children to develop the skills to create healthy, low cost and tasty food from scratch. Children’s Literacy Charity Twice weekly, one to one tutoring to support children close the literacy gap, enabling them to achieve their potential. Choose To Live A local charity providing mentoring and small group personal development programmes and steel pan tuition and performance. Clement James Centre Twice weekly, one to one tutoring to support children close the literacy gap, enabling them to achieve their potential. Coachbright Coaching sessions led by university students to help children fulfil their academic potential in a chosen subject area and become independent and resilient learners before they leave KS2. Creative Futures A multi-arts programme specialising in bespoke, high-quality creative projects for early years and primary aged children. Debate Mate After school debating programmes run by top university students. Doorstep Library Volunteers provide one to one reading sessions for families and children to develop a love of books and reading. Element Arts-based workshops for secondary aged young people, using spoken word and arts based activities to support goal setting and developing aspirations. Fearless Futures Group sessions supporting young women at secondary school to develop their knowledge and understanding of gender and connected inequalities. Fit-Age Parkour Fitness and coordination sessions aiming to develop children and young people’s parkour/free running skills. Football Beyond Borders A literacy programme that uses the power of football as an educational tool to support young people with their learning, academic performance and school engagement. Funpact Practical workshops to help children transition smoothly from primary to secondary school. Future Men Mentoring and group work sessions for boys to support them to develop resilience, attainment, self efficacy and positive mental health. Hackney Learning Trust Targeted speech and language therapy for children from Early Years to Secondary School. Hammersmith Community Gardens Local environmental charity who manage several community gardens in Hammersmith and Fulham offering environmental play schemes and environmental education in local schools. Home-Start Westminster Family befriending and emotional support working with families with a child under 5 years old. Imperial College London - MakerSpace State-of-the-art educational facility at the White City Campus, aimed at engaging school children creatively in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Jamie's Farm Residential programme on a farm involving students in farming, family and therapy. London Sports Trust After school multi-sports programme to promote physical activity and improve confidence and team work. MOVE “First Love Yourself” Programme tackling issues around identity, empowerment, self esteem and life goals for young women. P3 After school play service at St Clements primary school. Place 2 Be Targeted one to one and group counselling sessions and a self-referral service for children and young people. Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham - White City Adventure Playground After school indoor and outdoor adventure play sessions. ReACT Group drama therapy sessions which offer students an opportunity to expand their perceptions and understanding of the world. Real Action Literacy tuition sessions, the Butterfly Programme, in small groups for primary and secondary aged children. Reclaimed Project Small group wood-work sessions aimed at supporting the young people to create their own products. Rhythm Studio A music production programme which supports students to develop an understanding of key musical concepts while arranging their compositions. Rugby Portobello Trust A local youth centre offering youth clubs, cooking, homework support and discussion groups for boys and girls in North Kensington. Spark! Opportunities for young people to gain work experience, understand the labour market and develop confident enterprise and employability skills. Successful Failure Inspirational workshops to support young people to better understand and manage the concepts of success and failure. Superior Learning Local business providing 1:1 tutoring in-school for 1 hour a week for a minimum of 6 sessions to boost academic attainment in English and Maths. Team Up Group English and Maths tuition services to inspire and support young people to reach their academic potential. Urbanwise London Specialist outdoors sessions teaching children and young people about local urban environments, local heritage and wildlife. West London Action for Children Small group sessions that provide counselling and therapy services for children and their families. 2-3 Degrees Programme that uses activity-based learning to improve students' attitudes to education, confidence and resilience.