Lighthouse Trust exists to support you and your school.Helping to develop young people into responsible adults
Developing young people into responsible adults.
Our objectives are firstly to encourage and support those in education in the day-to-day life of ‘learning’. We also aim to support the spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development of children and young people in the community to influence and shape the future values of our children.
We are supported by individuals, churches, schools, trusts, and other organisations’ contributions. Lighthouse Trust is a resource to all those involved in the process of learning in and out of school. We do not seek to replace what is already there, but seek to strengthen and enhance existing support and relationships.
Lighthouse Trust (Northampton) is a charity and is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales (No. 1072069)
This project supports year 6 pupils for the move from primary to secondary school. The next project will be in June 2019, so if you require this support for Year 6 pupils please get in touch via our contact page.
Social Skills Support
The Trust actively engages with disaffected children and young people, providing them with opportunities to address issues that prevent them from engaging and integrating within the wider community. View our projects
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No 41 - Spring Email Newsletter
The new Lighthouse Trust newsletter is now available. This is issue 40 for Autumn 2018.
When Joe Weston received an unusual Christmas gift last year, he decided to make the most of it and raise money for a good cause. That gift was an abseil. But not just any abseil; he would be walking down the old Express Lift Tower in Northampton with the...