Current Programmes 

More Than Mum!

February 09, 2020

Are you ready to be More Than Mum?

Then this FREE programme is for you. 

As rewarding as being a mum can be, we know from our own experience that it can also be isolating, lonely and frustrating. This can be doubly so if you are a young mum.

We often lose confidence and struggle to think about what else there is, or can be to life.

This programme, for young mums, helps build self belief, develop skills and introduce networks that can help you to work out your next steps, be that employment, education, enterprise, training, volunteering etc.

In 2020 we have programmes starting in Ipswich, Felixstowe and Stowmarket. 

Our Ipswich programme has been funded by the European Social Fund through the Lift Project and our Felixstowe and Stowmarket projects are a joint project with Home Start. 

Girls Where You AT?

February 09, 2020

Girls, Where You AT? Is our exciting programme, for 13-20 year old girls.

Using media to raise confidence and build aspiration, GWYA is about doing the things girls don't normally do. 

This programme will give the girls skills in radio, music and video production, music, performance, poetry, animation; the opportunities are endless! 

The girls learn skills and build friendships whilst having a brilliant time. 

Woman 2 Woman Radio

February 09, 2020

Woman 2 Woman Radio is a fantastic project run by FFS that is using radio to build confidence and teach new skills to migrant, refugee and Asylum seeking women. We have been running sessions as part of local ESOL classes as well and also have sessions running at the IO Radio Studio .

If you have English as a second language and are interested learning a fun new skill whilst practising your English then get in touch. 

Club Aspiration

Steps to Success

Club Aspiration is a programme designed for primary school age girls year 5 or 6. 

Working with small groups to increase focus, raise aspirations and improve levels of attainment, Club Aspiration examines the key areas of teamwork, communication, independence and enterprise.  

Each session uses engaging, creative methods that incorporate radio, performing arts and media to increase confidence, encourage concentration and ignite passion. 

The programme was piloted last year with Handford Hall Primary School in Ipswich and evaluations showed that the girls' confidence and self esteem had significantly increased. 

Club Formation

Club Formation is a programme designed for high schools.

Working with small groups to creatively examine the societal pressures that are linked to self image and self esteem, this programme develops key transferable skills and develops confidence and self esteem. 

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