Meet our City Year team

Meet our City Year team

City Year

Vision: City Year’s vision is of a society where all children are inspired to believe in themselves and supported to excel by a generation of young people whose commitment to a year of voluntary service is universally respected.

Mission: City Year’s mission is to empower young role models to help children from disadvantaged communities succeed in school.

Values: City Year’s values are

RESPONSIBILITY – we are the change we wish to see in society.
INCLUSION – we unite from all backgrounds to serve a cause greater than ourselves.
PROGRESSION – we are dedicated to the personal and professional development of all.
ACTION – we don’t just talk, we do. We are always ready.
EXCELLENCE – we strive for nothing less, no matter where we start.

The team:

Ms Nevin – Impact Officer
Qualified as an FE Lecturer via University of Wolverhampton and taught Early Years, Health & Social Care and Foundation Learning (SEN).

Mr Clibbon – Volunteer Mentor (Year 8)
Studied Policing at the Unversity of Central Lancashire and wishes to pursue a career in the Probation or Police service. Mad about sport!

Miss Hussain – Volunteer Mentor (Year 7)

Achieved a BA Hons in Sociology at Keele University where a passion for Equality was discovered.

Mrs Amer – Volunteer Mentor (Year 7)

Originated from Egypt with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and is hoping to improve her communication skills.

Mr Johnson – Volunteer Mentor (Y9)

Currently undergoing a Masters in Computer Games Systems at Nottingham Trent University. This year will hopefully develop his personal and professional skills.

Miss Burley – Volunteer Mentor (Y7)

Before studying Law, Geography or Psychology at University, decided to use experience gained after completing at Princes’ Trust 12 Team programme to work with young people in a supportive role. Very artistic.

Find out more about City Year here.

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