We are very grateful to our partners and supporters who give us vital help in delivering our programmes
Oarsome Chance educational partners
Park Community School, Havant
The aim of Park Community School is to provide all pupils with a range of additional opportunities to raise their aspirations and ensure they are very well prepared for adult life.
Oarsome Chance is running a marine skills programme for year 7 pupils and an after school rowing project is in development for year 8 pupils to continue with their vocational workshop and rowing activities.
Hampshire County Council Behavioural Services (primary)
Hampshire Behavioural Services are specialists in behaviour support for primary children with behavioural,emotional and social development needs. Their approach is to provide targeted support in order to get the most out of their education.
Oarsome Chance are running programmes for two HBS centres, Robins Oak Centre Havant and Lennox Centre Fareham and Gosport, for at risk,excluded and vulnerable year 6 students.
Woodlands Education Centre, Havant
Woodlands Education Centre provides education for children who are excluded, sick, or otherwise unable to attend a mainstream school by supporting vulnerable students and helping them to achieve the best possible academic, social and vocational results.
Oarsome Chance are running a vocational study programme for year 9 and 10 students through our workshop and outdoor education programme "Maritime Skills and Outdoor Education".
Oarsome Chance are also developing a similar programme for Key Education Centre, Gosport.
St Vincent College, Gosport