About Us

In a society where there is a huge emphasis on ranking our students, there is little room to provide  young people the tools to inspire or motivate themselves or understand their self-worth.

Our mission is to bring emotional intelligence to the forefront of young people’s minds.

Guiding young people with the skills to understand their value, their purpose and their meaning.

We believe every young person should have the opportunity to live the fulfilling life they deserve, to achieve their ambitions, goals and most importantly, dreams.

​We seek to assist them in the art of self-directed decision-making, personal responsibility, self-reflection, compassion, empathy, self-esteem and confidence.

We encourage mindfulness approaches, so that young people can manage their behaviour, learning to respond and not react to challenging situations and all relationships.

Additionally, we provide on-going careers advice and guidance support on their journey, combined with motivational tool kits, self-awareness techniques and life skills to empower each individual we work with, all in the comfort of your own choice of environment via an online portal.

"We believe all young people can embrace who they are,
define their future, and can change their world"

Our Mission

We believe, in order to reach EET (Education, Employment or Training) outcomes, young people need to become self-empowered, to really believe, first of all, that they can earn and realise their own potential, giving them the preparation to enter the pressuring world of work and further education.

Our workshops are designed to give young people an empowering insight to their future choices, to map career-planning with confidence, and to discover their unique talent and personal gifts.


Our Vision

Connecting young people to their dreams: Supporting young people to identify, plan and believe in their own self- created future.

With heightened academic pressure trickling down to young people as early as nursery, children are faced with an unprecedented amount of stress and anxiety.

25% of 13- 18 years olds will experience an anxiety disorder according to the National Institute of Mental Health.


Our vision is to reduce this figure, and empower our young people with positive tools to handle challenging life moments.

Fo more information, please contact us on the information listed below.

Email: info@thedreamproject.org.uk


3space, International house, Canterbury road, Brixton, London SW9 7QE

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