In2Change say farewell to the University of Sheffield placement students

  • By Marc Lutman
  • 14 Dec, 2017

In2Change say farewell to the University of Sheffield placement students

So today we say goodbye to 3 University of Sheffield medical students, Ben, Patrick & Amber. They have been working tirelessly over the past month producing a report which evaluates our accredited '4 Change' project. We would like to wish you all the best during the rest of your degree and in your future careers! Well done!

A copy of the report produced can be viewed on the Offender Programmes page.
By Marc Lutman 14 Dec, 2017
So today we say goodbye to 3 University of Sheffield medical students, Ben, Patrick & Amber. They have been working tirelessly over the past month producing a report which evaluates our accredited '4 Change' project. We would like to wish you all the best during the rest of your degree and in your future careers! Well done!

A copy of the report produced can be viewed on the Offender Programmes page.
By Marc Lutman 23 Aug, 2017
We are pleased to have yet again received a score of 16/18, ranking us amongst the leading providers in Sheffield. This is a testament to the staff at In2Change for all their hard work. 
By Marc Lutman 09 Aug, 2017
It is with open arms we welcome ex- service user Samer Garrett to the team. Samer will be coming on board from September to assist with the In2Change Bike Library whilst also attending College part time. At the age of 13 Samer was on the verge of being permanently excluded from mainstream education. He then attended In2change. Who'd have thought that 3 years later he would be well on his way to becoming a full time member of staff. A great success story. 
By Marc Lutman 09 Aug, 2017

So on Saturday the 29th July Marc Lutman, Jennifer Lomas, James Harvey, John Harvey, Daniel Harvey, Adam Harvey, Joni Hayes and Alex Hayes completed the Yorkshire Tough Mudder in aid of In2Change. Here are a few photos from the event. Well done to all. A grand total of the money raised will be published on here within the coming weeks so watch this space!

By Marc Lutman 08 Jun, 2017
It has been an honour today for both Hanif Mohammed and Brian Wreakes to attend the opening ceremony of the new probation offices on Division Street, Sheffield. Brian and Hanif met with Lord Mayor of Sheffield Councillor Anne Murphy, Lynda Marginson the Director of the National Probation Service, managers and the team within the new centre. Hanif gave a presentation about his valued support of probation and the development of our partnership within the probation service. All told a really good event!
By Marc Lutman 01 Jun, 2017

In2Change would like to offer a warm welcome to 3 Leeds Trinity University students who will be joining us until June 30th. Whilst with In2Change the students will be assisting with administrative activities and also acting as tutor support. We hope their time at In2Change will not only be a successful one, but that it will aid towards their future career development. 

By Marc Lutman 01 Jun, 2017

Friday 12th May saw BBC Look North attend Rutland Hall as part of a piece on young people who have been excluded from mainstream education in Sheffield, which will air in July. They wanted to portray the good work of In2Change and the success stories of the young people who attend there.

The BBC were able to film the various vocational areas in the centre which have been set up so young people can succeed. These include the Bike Library, Gym, Boxing Ring and salon amongst many. They were also able to capture the academic work which the young people were involved in. At the time of filming the young people had just completed their relevant qualifications for this academic year, with a 100% success rate. This is a testament to the staff at In2Change, and the determination of the young people to engage with education.

By Marc Lutman 01 Jun, 2017

On Friday 19th May Channel 5’s Maroon Productions visited Rutland Hall in order to film Operations Manager Hanif Mohammed’s transformation from a life of crime, to one of changing young people’s attitudes and perceptions through motivational speaking, presentations and educational re-engagement.

The day also involved a guest appearance by British former heavyweight professional boxer Richard Towers, who served a custodial sentence of 13 years.

Both Hanif and Richard discussed their offences, and highlighted the negative effects which crime can have on victims.

The filming will form part of the new Gangland series to be aired on Channel 5 this autumn.

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