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Talents & Interests are Brilliant!
25 September, 2019
HeadStart Kent have paid over £44,000 for young people to access talents and interests in their local community. This has included music lessons, gym membership and horse riding.
One school staff member reported that “The Talents and Interests grant was a really good idea too because there are so many kids that, for whatever reason, come from a home where they don’t have the finances to support a child with an interest. For me that was brilliant, and it’s worked really well.”
Talents & Interest grants can be accessed for a young person on the completion of a Resilience Conversation.
More information can be found the resilience conversations section of the website.
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