Summit creates financial package to keep children and communities
safe and warm this winter
Summit Learning Trust in Birmingham and Solihull has introduced their Base Camp initiative to continue supporting their most vulnerable children, young people and families through the current cost of living crisis and beyond.
The Summit Base Camp initiative offers free support to ensure that every child and young person has the following basic needs met to enable them to achieve the highest levels of academic progress, whilst being provided with a rich educational experience.
Base Camp is part of Summit’s long-term commitment to support learners in beginning their ascent to successful, happy lives and make a positive impact on their communities.
The Trust is providing:
• Free breakfast for all Summit Learning Trust children Monday-Friday
• A warm, supervised space for all learners to come to before and after school, where they can use Wi-Fi and charging points
• Health and Hygiene products
• Support for free school meal applications
• Free revision materials for all SATs and GCSE students
• Support with uniform and travel where required from local authorities
• Digital equipment and platforms to enhance learning
• Cultural experiences to prepare them for later life
• Free cultural capital experiences
Vince Green, CEO of Summit Learning Trust, said:
“At Summit Learning Trust, we operate as a family, caring for all children and young people while supporting them in making high levels of academic progress.
“In order for us to fulfill our core purpose of providing exceptional levels of education and care, we will embrace our responsibility to do all we can to meet the basic needs of our learners. By doing so, we will give all learners a basic entitlement where needed that will enable them all to make high levels of academic progress.”