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Exciting Job Opportunity: We are looking for a Business Administrator Apprentice
Exciting Job Opportunity: We are looking for a Business Administrator Apprentice

Posted 28th August 2020

This vacancy is reserved for people who have experienced being in care.Do you have a desire to make a difference to the lives of young people in, and leaving care? The National House Project Charity i...

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A message from our CEO - June 2020
A message from our CEO - June 2020

Posted 1st July 2020

Dear allWhilst the events of the last few months have challenged the ways of the world, it has made us ever more committed to change the way that young people are supported to leave care. We have deve...

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Newsletter June 2020
Newsletter June 2020

Posted 26th June 2020

Welcome to our first newsletter! We hope you are keeping safe and well during the pandemic. Whilst these are challenging and uncertain times we will come through this together, having developed new ways of working and with a renewed focus on the...

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Department for Education continues to support The National House Project with further funding
Department for Education continues to support The National House Project with further funding

Posted 30th April 2020

Department for Education continues to support The National House Project with further funding for young people in care during this critical time. On the 24 April 2020 the Department for Education (Df...

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Get Connected - Stay Connected
Get Connected - Stay Connected

Posted 24th April 2020

Prior to the COVID 19 Lockdown, young people at the Care Leavers National Movement (CLNM) were discussing Internet Poverty and how it affects so many care leavers, not just in House Projects but acros...

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The House Project referenced in Islington Council's Ofsted report!
The House Project referenced in Islington Council's Ofsted report!

Posted 17th April 2020

Islington Council’s Ofsted report published Wednesday 15th April 2020, refers to the House Project!Ofsted has judged that Islington Council’s children’s social care services are “outstanding

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A message from our CEO on the coronavirus outbreak
A message from our CEO on the coronavirus outbreak

Posted 15th April 2020

Coronavirus is having a huge impact on how we work and live but more importantly it is impacting significantly on young people who often find themselves living alone from aged 17 years onwards without...

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Care Leavers need your support!
Care Leavers need your support!

Posted 6th April 2020

In these uncertain times there has never been a more important time to ensure that our young people are supported to remain connected. The House Project enables young people to build and maintain rela...

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Coronavirus - Social Distancing
Coronavirus - Social Distancing

Posted 25th March 2020

We understand that lots of care-experienced young people might be feeling anxious about coronavirus (COVID-19).Social-distancing and self-isolation has become a fundamental part of our life. At the la...

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We are a member of Homes for Cathy
We are a member of Homes for Cathy

Posted 5th February 2020

The National House Project is a member of Homes for Cathy, a national alliance of housing associations and homelessness charities dedicated to raising awareness of the needs of homeless people.Many yo...

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Exciting Job Opportunity: We are looking for a Participation and Development Worker
Exciting Job Opportunity: We are looking for a Participation and Development Worker

Posted 16th December 2019

The House Project takes a ground-breaking approach through its commitment to young people’s ownership to enable young people leaving care to achieve successful independence. The Project was co-desig...

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Tia from Islington House Project attends conference as peer researcher
Tia from Islington House Project attends conference as peer researcher

Posted 4th December 2019

Jade Ward from University of York Department of Social Policy and Social Work’s Social Policy Research Unit and two peer researchers, Amy and Tia (from Islington House Project) were invited by Foc...

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NHP feature in Children's Social Care Innovation Programme Newsletter
NHP feature in Children's Social Care Innovation Programme Newsletter

Posted 31st October 2019

The House Project (HP) takes a ground-breaking approach through its commitment to young people’s ownership to enable them to leave care together and achieve successful independence. We recognised th...

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The National House Project celebrates the success of its first year as a Charity!
The National House Project celebrates the success of its first year as a Charity!

Posted 9th October 2019

An invite to Buckingham Palace and shortlisted for the Children & Young People Now Awards, The National House Project celebrates the success of its first year as a Charity.On 30 August 2019 the Na...

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Research article: Care Leavers' Access to Apprenticeships  - Dr Lesley Crane
Research article: Care Leavers' Access to Apprenticeships - Dr Lesley Crane

Posted 13th September 2019

In 2019, Dr Lesley Crane at Knowing How was commissioned by a leading education charity to research innovative projects, strategies and schemes throughout England designed to encourage and support car...

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Welcome to the House Project Manchester City Council!
Welcome to the House Project Manchester City Council!

Posted 13th September 2019

Young people preparing to leave care in Manchester will get the opportunity to learn new skills and move into their own home through a ground-breaking programme that supports them to live independentl...

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Featured Article
 
Tackling Homelessness - Case Studies

Back in 2018 the Housing Plus Academy Think Tank ran a two day event on ‘Homelessness: A National Scandal’. As part of the response to the event the Housing and Communities team at the London School Of Economics then commenced to look at innovative and collaborative models that successfully prevented homelessness. Given that a significant proportion of the homelessness population have been in care and the approach that the House Project was taking with young people they worked...

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