Excell3 – Building on our success
- To date we have supported well over 10,000 children and young people.
- We have contributed to mainstream and grassroots publications including The Break- through Britain report, the International Handbook of Black Community Mental Health, the Conservative Party’s Green school’s policy paper, ‘Raising the Bar, and Closing the gap’
- Participated in various National think tanks such as the DFE’s School Exclusion Working Group, the Centre for Social Justice’s educational failure policy group, the Government, Reach Project.
- Attended prestigious events such as the Queen garden party, the Prime Ministers’ reception at the 10 Downing Street
- Been afforded the opportunity to present the work of Black Boys Can at the House of Lords at a cross party event to 100 MP’s
Excell3 – Building on the past, shaping the future
We are honoured that most of the leadership roles within Excell3 are now occupied by Excell3 alumni’s. The three core projects of Excell3 are governed by subcommittees of Young people and chaired by alumni’s of Excell3’s Black Boys Can or Apex University’s Programme.
Many of the students who have completed our programmes are now highly successful young professionals having obtained bachelors, masters and even doctorate degrees. They enjoy a wide range of careers including lawyers, doctors, engineers, business, clergy, and other senior roles in industry.