Social Partnerships

We are proud to partner with exceptional charities to deliver on our promise.



Chance UK

Chance UK provides solution-focused mentoring with the short-term aim to improve children’s behaviour at home and within school. The longer term aim is to help children avoid anti-social behaviour by helping them fulfill their potential.

We are delighted to partner with Chance UK to provide the following support:

  • Fundraising
  • Mentoring
  • Learning Resources

If you would like to be involved or help fundraise for Chance UK then please contact Beatrice McKechnie.

Teach First

Enjoy Education has been partners with Teach First since 2010, providing expert mentoring and education support for students on the Oxbridge Support programme. Over 5 years and free of charge, our team has dedicated:

  • Over 2550 hours
  • 190 tutors
  • £200,383 of resources

Our Aims

The programme aims to inspire pupils to apply to either Oxford or Cambridge (Oxbridge), support them to make the best application possible, develop the key skills they require in order to succeed at interview and help them to achieve the grades needed to take up their place.

If you attended Oxford or Cambridge University and would like to become an Oxbridge Support Programme Mentor, please contact Beatrice McKechnie.

Belleville Primary School

Supporting children with their literacy and numeracy is essential to ensuring they have the necessary skills to flourish in their education. Since 2013, Enjoy Education has partnered with Belleville Primary School in Battersea to provide regular in-school tuition to over 40 students every week. All of this support is provided at a reduced price to support children who otherwise would not be able to afford extra tuition.

Enjoy Education was chosen unanimously, owing to the company’s large pool of expert and specialist tutors, the monthly progress reports provided, and their professional and prompt response to every query.

Sarah Atherton, Deputy Head of Belleville School
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