Breaking The Glass Ceiling

Conference focusing on smashing stereotypes placed on women working in male dominated roles, exploring girls individual strengths and exploring how their voice holds power and the impact it can have. Saltley Academy – Year 9 Girls  

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Raising the alarm on issues facing our girls in our communitiesIf you’re a worried parent, a concerned teacher, an anxious friend or simply just curious to learn more, then these workshops are for you. Set at our headquarters, these workshops … Read More


Carol Davis This workshop looks at the roles, risks and considers ways to support a female associated or affected by gangs and youth violence. Carol qualified as a Independent domestic violence advisor, and has experience of working with sexual exploitation … Read More

Finding Time for Self-Care

Self-care. Self-care. Self-care. This fashionable word is thrown around like confetti nowadays, and is being marketed to women in particular. But what is it? Self-care requires taking a holistic approach to life; caring for ourselves in all regards. It is … Read More

ACE Training // The Freedom Project

The training was an insight to how trauma affects children from a  very early age, and if it’s not dealt with how they carry the baggage through their lives. I found the visual representations of a child’s trauma incredibly powerful.… Read More

Mentoring // Yr6 Teacher

The girls involved in Cherished are more confident in the classroom and with their peers. We have noticed academically the girls have improved. We would recommend the Cherished course to schools. – Year 6 Teacher

Mentoring // Becky

The one thing which I feel Cherished has helped me with the most is to know that it doesn’t matter how big your dreams are, as long as you want them enough there is always a way for them to … Read More

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