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N-Gage Free School Update

  Free School Update Many people who support N-Gage will know we have been working on application to open an Alternative Provision Free School in South Manchester. For the last ten years N-Gage has been delivering programs that help pupils at risk of exclusion re-engage with their education. With the free school policy we always… Read more »

Smarties Fundraiser

Join us in our ‘delicious’ Smarties fundraising campaign!   We’re asking you to request a free tube of smarties, eat the lot, then refill your empty tube with 20p’s and return it to us here at N-Gage.   To request your smarties please email admin@n-gage.org.uk 🙂

Annual Report

Read N-Gage’s latest Annual Report by clicking here

Praise for N-Gage schools work!

We love receiving messages like this one today from a Headteacher in a school N-Gage has just finished working in: “Can I just pass on a huge thank you to Gemma and Christie for all their hard work and brilliance as part of the BEATS programme… the kids have really enjoyed and got a lot… Read more »

Transform Day in Burnage

On very frosty day in November a group of local young people from Burnage worked hard to clean up and Transform the grounds in and around the Catalyst Youth Centre on Burnage Lane. After a morning’s hard work they were then treated to an afternoon at Oxygen Trampolining Park in Manchester where lots of fun… Read more »

Royal Oak Residential

Royal Oak Residential October 2016 During the half term holiday in conjunction BBC Children in Need we took 10 young people away on residential to the Kepplewray centre. Over the last year the team in Royal Oak have built relationships with this group of young people and wanted to take them somewhere away from their… Read more »

Would you like to work for N-Gage?

Charity Fundraising Co-ordinator Vacancy   Do you have the skills we’re looking for to join our office team in this part time role?  If so we’d love to hear from you. To work for N-Gage you must have a heart for young people and the drive to reach out to more marginalised young people across Manchester. … Read more »