ACAP is a Charity based in Bradford
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Who We Are
The African Caribbean Achievement Project (ACAP) was set up in 1995 to promote and raise the educational development of people of African & Caribbean descent.
We are an education-based charity that has fought for racial justice and equality in education since we started and continue to do so to this day. We are a volunteer-led service and provide mentoring, advocacy and educational support to young people. We also provide advocacy and support services to parents as well as a range of other activities
Over the years the service has developed to include young people from all sections of the community and not just African and Caribbean young people. Our service is inclusive and we assist all young people to realise their full potential in all areas of their lives. Browse our website to see our active and past projects and contact us if you require any further information.
For young people aged 8-16
Happening on the last Thursday of every month, our new Science club is for young people who are interested in science and want to:
- Master Science as a subject
- Take part in fun, practical, hands-on science experiments / activities
- Special guest appearances by top UK Black scientists
- Workshops, lab tours and more
For further information about the programme and our supporters, click here.
Taking place on the last Thursday of every month
The science club is being facilitated by Dr James Poulter, a scientist from Leeds University. We are also being supported with funding from Leeds Community Foundation and the British Science Association and is therefore completely free to join.
We also offer 1-1 STEM tutoring. Limited places available at each session so you must register to attend.
African Caribbean Achievement Project
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Established in 1995, ACAP exists to advance the educational welfare and outcomes for disadvantaged people in West Yorkshire.