We want to put Wellbeing at the heart of learning and help school communities across England and Wales to thrive emotionally, socially and academically, ensuring that social mobility is real.

Read our Every Child Included in Education manifesto here


Achievement for All support for ALL partner settings, schools and colleges - with the use of technology, our staff will be supporting communication, professional development and providing links to resources – see links for details. Achievement for All 3As proactive response to the Coronavirus pandemic.


We are pleased to announce that David Gandy has teamed up with @cookalongtv to offer @vodafoneuk customers the chance to #cookalong and raise some money our charity!

Wonder Words Prize for Young Writers 2021

Writing down words to express your feelings, thoughts and ideas is a magical thing to do that anyone can enjoy. Everyone has the special power of imagination – that’s all you need. Seeing the idea in your mind and setting the words free, and watching them come alive on paper is an exciting journey, and anyone can be a writer, you’re never too young and you’re never too old. As long as you have something to write with and write on, you can do it anywhere! You’ll be surprised what fantastic adventures and wonderful words are waiting to be released from your head. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never written anything down before, have a go, and let us see your ‘Wonder Words’. Good luck Joffre White

Covid-19 Leadership Support

Staff training and professional development at a time of crisis can be an immense challenge for hard-pressed school and college leaders, and early years setting managers. Let Achievement for All take the strain - we are in this together. In response to the day-to-day challenges that you and your teams are facing, Achievement for All would like to offer a series of targeted affordable CPD packages that will help you address the key issues emerging from "restarting" your learning communities, as well as the effective engagement of vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people, some of whom may be re-traumatised by the lockdown.