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  1. SCHOOLS • 26,000 • IN EVERY CITY IN ENGLAND • 4 TO 18 From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  2. Schools • Major resource 26,000 • Knowledge and wellbeing • Socially excluding From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  3. Schools as excluders Wait outside On pavement Make an appointment Your too old, too young From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  4. FG2: A charity designed to promote knowledge and wellbeing through cooperation between the generations From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  5. Intergen Intergen exists to address the problems of • Underperformance of pupils in schools • Low aspirations of pupils • Loneliness of older people • Hostile intergenerational stereotypes. From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  6. INTERGEN We do this by bringing older and younger people together in their neighbourhood schools to • Enrich opportunities to learn • Raise aspirations • Share the untapped range of skills and knowledge that older citizens have to offer. • Build stronger communities From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  7. Schools 8 cluster across 7 local authorities: • Manchester • Stockport • Wigan • Tower Hamlets • Tameside • Warrington • Barnet

  8. Intergeners Total number: 71 Total hours: 4744

  9. Intergeners From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  10. Pupils “He is very interesting, he tells us about starts and we should look out for Jupiter and all the old money and what they were called – like on of then was called a bob- it was a nickname.” “She is kind; you are allowed to go to lunch with her.” From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  11. Head Teachers “They do more because of their own experience of life….they offer things like solace which a member of staff can’t provide…across the board there are things no other person can do.” “Intergen reinforces my belief that you are never to old to learn and that life is actually improved by taking in new challenges.” From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

  12. Intergeners “Where else can you get out of the house, not spend any money and have a good time?” “I have met lovely people & amazing children and been included in lovely social events.” From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014

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  17. CONTACT US www.intergen.org.uk ben.bolt@intergen.org.uk norma.raynes@intergen.org.uk T: 02089815522 M: 07985356772 From Generation to Generation Developing Benign Cities, March 12th 2014