Delivered in collaboration between the King’s Social Mobility & Widening Participation department and South London Citizens, part of Citizens UK, an alliance of community groups that build power locally to hold decision makers to account.
There are two key parts of Parent Power:
- Parent Power Meetings form the core of the Parent Power programme. They include training sessions on higher education access and community organising, inspirational speakers, and campaign discussions. Meetings also include team building and leadership development opportunities.
- Relational 121’s are 30-minute meetings between two people, parents and facilitators. The aim is to build common ground through conversations.