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Improving skills for vulnerable, disengaged young people

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HMYOI Warren Hill uses care and display of predatory birds to engage young people who traditionally don’t engage in learning activities. The Raptor Project builds self-confidence, personal development and team-working skills and improves academic skills such as English and mathematics.

Published 4 June 2014