School Recommendations:

Kaye KeevillĀ  - Safeguarding and Welfare Officer

Harris City Academy Crystal Palace (HCACP) - 2017
Kaye Keevill  - Safeguarding and Welfare Officer

MMOV attends Harris Crystal Palace and supports at least 10 of our students. They have been supporting our young people for the past 3 years and this has proven a success for the young lads involved. Both mentors really do make such an effort to get to know the young boys and their family to make sure the right actions are in place at school and at home with the family.
Many of these young people need this kind of 1:1 support to help them grow into young men that understand who they are and what is right and wrong. We at Harris are extremely happy with a service they offer and will certainly be carrying on using them.

Fiona Langan - Assistant Principal Inclusion

Riddlesdown Collegiate is part of The Collegiate Trust - 2017
Fiona Langan - Assistant Principal Inclusion

Riddlesdown was fortunate enough to be introduced to Frederick from Mighty Men of Valour via Early Help a number of years ago.     After seeing the wonderful work that he did with some of our students Riddlesdown were keen to have him supporting more students on a regular basis. Frederick has supported students with challenging behaviour and has mentored them in a way that makes them feel valued and aspirational.  
We try to run a 6 week programme for Frederick to work with our boys, however, so many of them at the end of the course have built up such a strong and positive bond that they always ask if he can be a regular feature of their school experience.
Frederick has played a significant role in improving the life changes of some of our harder to engage young people and we are very gratefully  for this.   Frederick has a calm and approachable manner, where nothing is too much for him.  

Cathy Daniels - Head Teacher

Park Hill Junior School - 2015
Lucy Pelling SENCO

"Our school have used MMoV for 2 years and have seen great improvements in the behaviour and well being of the children that are mentored. The holistic approach that is taken - involving not only child but family and school - means that the child's issues and problems are effectively tackled and resolved.   This not only has a positive impact on the child and their learning and well- being but their family, teachers and peers. As a school we would highly recommend MMoV.'    

The Family Centre - 2015
Julia Weller - Manager

The Family Centre has worked in Collaboration and Partnership with Mighty Men of Valour on numerous projects, and has found the organisation to be professional at all times, catering for the emerging needs of their client base, whilst providing genuine care, and an understanding of individuals circumstances. Mighty Men of Valour are a non-judgmental organisation, who works hard to put clients at ease, whilst raising self-esteem and confidence of young people they engage with and other agencies that they work with.
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