MCR Pathways

MCR Pathways

This information was last updated on: 29/05/2024

MCR Pathways was founded in 2007 to address the gap in life-chances and educational outcomes, between care-experienced young people and their peers. The MCR charity was established to support young people who have experienced disadvantage and help them realise their full potential through education. We do this through our school-based mentoring programme – matching young people with a fully-trained volunteer mentor.

Our journey began in St Andrew’s Secondary school, in the East End of Glasgow, where we developed the programme over 5 years. The evidence that MCR mentoring made a huge difference on young people’s confidence and engagement with school was soon overwhelming. The programme is now operating in multiple local authorities, nationwide.

Our vision is that every care-experienced young person, or those who have experienced disadvantage, get the same education outcomes, career opportunities and life chances as every other young person.

Brentside High School, Greenford Avenue, London W7 1JJ, UK

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