SOCIAL BUTTERFLY EFFECT


MAKE A CHOICE, BE INCLUDED 


SOCIAL BUTTERFLY EFFECT


MAKE A CHOICE, BE INCLUDED 


 

SOCIAL BUTTERFLY EFFECT


MAKE A CHOICE, BE INCLUDED 


We develop the personal and social skills of the students taking part. The projects are designed to make young people think about how their actions affect the wider world and encourage them to engage with learning and purposeful activity.
Our unique model can
be adapted to suit any environment or group.
We develop the personal and social skills of the students taking part. The projects are designed to make young people think about how their actions affect the wider world and encourage them to engage with learning and purposeful activity.
Our unique model can
be adapted to suit any environment or group.

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SHAKE HANDS
Contact us to arrange a meeting,
that suits your schedule

info@socialbutterflyeffect.co.uk
+44 7886 370 114 


NEW BUSINESS
For any new business enquires contact us at

gm@socialbutterflyeffect.co.uk


JOIN THE TEAM
We’re alway looking for talented persons to join our team.

jobs@socialbutterflyeffect.co.uk


SHAKE HANDS
Exchange at Somerset House,
Strand, London WC2R 1LA 

info@socialbutterflyeffect.co.uk
+44 7886 370 114 


NEW BUSINESS
For any new business enquires contact us at

gm@socialbutterflyeffect.co.uk


JOIN THE TEAM
We’re alway looking for talented persons to join our team.

jobs@socialbutterflyeffect.co.uk

Social Butterfly Effect Inclusion Programme
Social Butterfly Effect Inclusion Programme
Social Butterfly Effect Inclusion Programme
Social Butterfly Effect Inclusion Programme
Social Butterfly Effect Inclusion Programme

HAPPY CLIENTS

The Social Butterfly Effect programme was an effective and worthwhile intervention and would highly recommend.

Gina Christodoulou Social Butterfly Effect Inclusion Programme
Gina Christodoulou - Learning Mentor, Highfield Primary School

The intervention had a significant impact in reducing the risk of exclusion and enhancing pupil progress and engagement. The outcomes demonstrate positive influence, with the intervention benefiting children by providing time, space and specialist instruction to students with behaviour difficulties and those at risk of permanent exclusion

Social Butterfly Effect Inclusion Programme Matt Dobrashian
Matt Dobrashian- Head of Learning Support SENCo, Highgate Wood Secondary School

It actually changed peoples lives

Social Butterfly Effect Inclusion Programme Noel Thompson
Noel Thompson - Deputy Headteacher, Winchmore Secondary School

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CASE STUDIES

Some of our young people and their journey.

SERVICES

We take pride in developing bespoke inclusion programmes designed with an interdisciplinary approach. Our made to measure services are functional and designed to engage hard to reach young people in creative ‘out of the box’ thinking.

One Day
Workshop

Key issues surrounding Disaffected Youth, Gangs & Crime, Sexual Appropriateness & Awareness, Social Exclusion, Drugs & Alcohol, Personal & Social Development, Dealing with Authority, Learning & Engagement. Workshops can be tailored to suit any learner group, institution or environment.
Inclusion
Projects

We develop bespoke early intervention programmes for a select group of vulnerable young people identified to be at risk. Our selection processes provide young people with an experiential, self reflective approach to managing difficult behaviours and confront issues surrounding Anti-Social Behaviour, Truancy, Gangs, Crime & Addiction, with a view to engage young people back into learning and society.
Learning
& Development 

Providing support for teachers & professional working closely with vulnerable groups. Developing training sessions for staff focussing on managing difficult behaviour, dealing with volatile youth and highlighting issues surrounding offending behaviour in the community. Behaviour consultations have been valuable tools for schools and alternatively provisions in helping them tackle issues raised by disengaged youth.  
Motivational
Speakers

We offer a powerful and experiential insight into exclusion and share the choices and consequences of those who have been there and done it. Our experienced Motivational Speakers have a story to share and act as a role model to the young people they present to.  Our speakers relate directly to their audience and understand the struggles and disadvantages that youth face today. 
Mentoring
Services

We provide mentoring opportunities to our young graduates and promote peer to peer mentoring. An adult learning mentor is assign to all school students who want to enter into a learning mentor role. Mentoring packages are developed once students complete an initial inclusion project. The students will take responsibility for others, raising self esteem and promote positive decision making.   
Apprenticeships
& Employability

We aim to work alongside all institutions to create opportunities in working with local business, the arts industry, sports provisions and develop the employability, vocational and training prospects of all our learners and young people. Pathways into learning and employability are crucial in establishing a young persons interest as well as developing progression routes that aids personal and social skills. 
One Day
Workshop

Key issues surrounding Disaffected Youth, Gangs & Crime, Sexual Appropriateness & Awareness, Social Exclusion, Drugs & Alcohol, Personal & Social Development, Dealing with Authority, Learning & Engagement. Workshops can be tailored to suit any learner group, institution or environment.
Inclusion
Projects

We develop bespoke early intervention programmes for a select group of vulnerable young people identified to be at risk. Our selection processes provide young people with an experiential, self reflective approach to managing difficult behaviours and confront issues surrounding Anti-Social Behaviour, Truancy, Gangs, Crime & Addiction, with a view to engage young people back into learning and society.
Learning
& Development 

Providing support for teachers & professional working closely with vulnerable groups. Developing training sessions for staff focussing on managing difficult behaviour, dealing with volatile youth and highlighting issues surrounding offending behaviour in the community. Behaviour consultations have been valuable tools for schools and alternatively provisions in helping them tackle issues raised by disengaged youth.  
Motivational
Speakers

We offer a powerful and experiential insight into exclusion and share the choices and consequences of those who have been there and done it. Our experienced Motivational Speakers have a story to share and act as a role model to the young people they present to.  Our speakers relate directly to their audience and understand the struggles and disadvantages that youth face today. 
Mentoring
Services

We provide mentoring opportunities to our young graduates and promote peer to peer mentoring. An adult learning mentor is assign to all school students who want to enter into a learning mentor role. Mentoring packages are developed once students complete an initial inclusion project. The students will take responsibility for others, raising self esteem and promote positive decision making.   
Apprenticeships
& Employability

We aim to work alongside all institutions to create opportunities in working with local business, the arts industry, sports provisions and develop the employability, vocational and training prospects of all our learners and young people. Pathways into learning and employability are crucial in establishing a young persons interest as well as developing progression routes that aids personal and social skills. 

“Even the smallest step one takes in their life can change the course of life immensely”
Chaos theory


INCLUDED A YEAR

POUNDS SAVED TO SOCIETY

HAPPY CLIENTS

PAPER PLANES MADE

THE TEAM

Our team is a dynamic and inspiring group of professionals and managers. We are ready to embrace changes and implement new insights to deliver the best service available.

Margaret

Margaret has more than 15 years of extensive experience of working with young people from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds and she is a keen advocate of education.
Margaret Springer

Margaret Springer

Youth Adviser

George

George has worked as a Personal & Social Development and Arts education practitioner and manager within the Youth Justice System for over 10 years. George is passionate about inclusion and believes that everyone should be given the opportunity to succeed.
George Mouskoundi

George Mouskoundi

Founder Director

Ricka

With over 10 years working in education Ricka has worked as a Head teacher, SENCo and special needs teacher and developed a flexible & adaptable approach to learning. Committed to young people Ricka has creating a culture where young people feel supported and valued.
Ricka Dawkins

Ricka Dawkins

Education & Inclusion Coordinator

Alessandra

Alessandra is a web / graphic / user experience designer / photographer / art director. Alessandra is currently working as a Middleweight Web Designer for the sixth largest communications group worldwide and as a freelancer for a diverse range of clients.
Alessandra Sangermano

Alessandra Sangermano

Art Director

Marek

Marek is a writer/translator/film-maker. He has worked with a number of excluded communities as a tutor and as prison governor (Head of Equalities, HMP Feltham). He is currently developing a range of social enterprise initiatives to cater for artists from diverse backgrounds.
Marek Kazmierski

Marek Kazmierski

Publicity & Promotions

Alev

A Principal Lecturer and Artist in Residence in visual culture and creative writing at the University of Greenwich. Alev has run intercultural creative workshops in London and internationally. She has been widely published in poetry anthologies, academic and literary journals.
Alev Adil

Alev Adil

Intercultural Social & Creative Adviser

Helen

With over 20 years experience working with volatile, vulnerable adults and young people, Helen has worked with hospitals, mental health wards, alcohol recovery units and young offender institutes. Helen is passionate in developing the skills and needs of the people she works with.
Helen James

Helen James

Workshop Leader

Matthew

Matthew has experience promoting sport & enrichment activities such as 'Urban Rugby' in schools and for community projects. Supporting Saracens' project with young offenders at Feltham YOI. His expertise as a sports coach has gained him recognition as an inclusive sports leader.
Matthew Cuss

Matthew Cuss

Sports & Enrichment Co-Ordinator

Pauline

It was her challenging of Hackney rioters in 2011 that earned her the nickname 'The Hackney Heroine'. Pauline focused on challenging antisocial behaviour, gang, gun and knife crime amongst youth and building a stronger neighbourhood and community.
Pauline Pearce

Pauline Pearce

Community Motivational Speaker

Margaret

Margaret has more than 15 years of extensive experience of working with young people from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds and she is a keen advocate of education.
Margaret Springer

Margaret Springer

Youth Adviser

George

George has worked as a Personal & Social Development and Arts education practitioner and manager within the Youth Justice System for over 10 years. George is passionate about inclusion and believes that everyone should be given the opportunity to succeed.
George Mouskoundi

George Mouskoundi

Founder Director

Ricka

With over 10 years working in education Ricka has worked as a Head teacher, SENCo and special needs teacher and developed a flexible & adaptable approach to learning. Committed to young people Ricka has creating a culture where young people feel supported and valued.
Ricka Dawkins

Ricka Dawkins

Education & Inclusion Coordinator

Alessandra

Alessandra is a web / graphic / user experience designer / photographer / art director. Alessandra is currently working as a Middleweight Web Designer for the sixth largest communications group worldwide and as a freelancer for a diverse range of clients.
Alessandra Sangermano

Alessandra Sangermano

Art Director

Marek

Marek is a writer/translator/film-maker. He has worked with a number of excluded communities as a tutor and as prison governor (Head of Equalities, HMP Feltham). He is currently developing a range of social enterprise initiatives to cater for artists from diverse backgrounds.
Marek Kazmierski

Marek Kazmierski

Publicity & Promotions

Alev

A Principal Lecturer and Artist in Residence in visual culture and creative writing at the University of Greenwich. Alev has run intercultural creative workshops in London and internationally. She has been widely published in poetry anthologies, academic and literary journals.
Alev Adil

Alev Adil

Intercultural Social & Creative Adviser

Helen

With over 20 years experience working with volatile, vulnerable adults and young people, Helen has worked with hospitals, mental health wards, alcohol recovery units and young offender institutes. Helen is passionate in developing the skills and needs of the people she works with.
Helen James

Helen James

Workshop Leader

Matthew

Matthew has experience promoting sport & enrichment activities such as 'Urban Rugby' in schools and for community projects. Supporting Saracens' project with young offenders at Feltham YOI. His expertise as a sports coach has gained him recognition as an inclusive sports leader.
Matthew Cuss

Matthew Cuss

Sports & Enrichment Co-Ordinator

Pauline

It was her challenging of Hackney rioters in 2011 that earned her the nickname 'The Hackney Heroine'. Pauline focused on challenging antisocial behaviour, gang, gun and knife crime amongst youth and building a stronger neighbourhood and community.
Pauline Pearce

Pauline Pearce

Community Motivational Speaker

ABOUT US

We work with the most challenging young people in any given school or alternative education provision and have developed projects to confront key issues, including gangs, crime, antisocial behaviour, truancy, personal attitudes and behaviours, which can all lead to exclusion. We identify and involve vulnerable young people who are disengaged or have been identified most at risk of permanent exclusion.

We work with the most challenging young people in any given school or alternative education provision and have developed projects to confront key issues, including gangs, crime, antisocial behaviour, truancy, personal attitudes and behaviours, which can all lead to exclusion. We identify and involve vulnerable young people who are disengaged or have been identified most at risk of permanent exclusion.

  • “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”

    Nelson Mandela
  • "It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education"

    Albert Einstein
  • "Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes"

    Oscar Wilde

We are a social enterprise helping transform lives

“If I was told from school that this will be my life,
I would have made a change and not be sitting in prison today”.

          Anonymous

EARLY
INTERVENTION

SOCIAL
INCLUSION

BESPOKE
PROGRAMMES

COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT

We are a social enterprise helping transform lives

“If I was told from school that this will be my life,
I would have made a change and not be sitting in prison today”.

          Anonymous

EARLY
INTERVENTION

SOCIAL
INCLUSION

BESPOKE
PROGRAMMES

COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT

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