The Archbishops' Young Leaders Award exists to see a generation of young people empowered to transform society. Through working in partnership with schools, churches and communities, we develop opportunities for young people to grow in leadership, faith and character.
In July 2022, the Young Leaders Award took on a greater national focus as part of the National Society’s responsibility for promoting education in England and Wales. Read the full details by clicking below
The Young Leaders Award is a fully resourced leadership and character education programme designed to be delivered by teaching staff within the classroom. Available at KS1 to Post 16, it has strong links to SMSC, British Values, PSHE, Character Education, Citizenship, RE and SIAMS.
We believe every young person is unique, of great worth, and has the potential to change our communities for the better. We exist to empower young people to serve their generation, putting the needs of others before themselves.
A brand new free collective worship resource for Lent 2024 aimed at KS2 and KS3 learners. The resource draws on the wisdom of Black Spirituality and has been inspired and informed by the 2024 Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book, 'Tarry Awhile: Wisdom from Black Spirituality for People of Faith' by Selina Stone.
World Social Justice Day is celebrated each year on 20th February, raising awareness of how social justice reduces poverty, strengthens equality, and makes societies better.
Year 5 Young Leaders at Witton Church Walk Church of England Nursery and Primary School decided they wanted to raise awareness of asylum seekers and homeless people in their local area.
Courageous advocacy and enabling pupils to be active ‘agents of change’ is at the heart of St Thomas Cantilupe Church of England Primary’s vision for their students.