Spreading The Word – Schools in Camden Sign Up To AWF Resilience Programme

A number of schools in the London Borough of Camden have agreed to take part in the Amy Winehouse Foundation Resilience Programme.

This exciting journey comes as part of the work the charity is doing with the Mayor of Camden, Jonathan Simpson.

The schools participating in the  pilot are Acland Burghley School, La Sainte Union School and Hampstead School.

Ms Helen Taylor, Deputy Head at La Sainte Union, said: “Thank you for setting up the sessions for year 10 students following your excellent presentation last half term. The response from staff and students  was very positive indeed and the presentations very powerful across  the board”.


The Foundation  are continuing to deliver their programme in multiple locations across the UK during this term and the coming year ahead, and we will deliver regional updates as they come in.

About the Amy Winehouse Foundation

In Amy’s memory, we work to inspire children and young people to build their self-esteem and resilience, so that they can flourish.

Our work is inspired by Amy’s spirit, her love of children and the challenges that she faced in her own life.

Today, the Amy Winehouse Foundation helps thousands of young people to feel supported and informed so that they are better able to manage their emotional wellbeing and make informed choices around things that can affect their lives.

We’re able to do this because of the support we receive from people like you. Anyone who believes in young people can become a part of our work and Amy’s legacy. By supporting our work, you will help them to transform their lives, flourish and be heard.

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