Legacy Programmes

Since 2004, we have delivered numerous innovative programmes in the UK and abroad. We are always open for new partnership with organisations and schools that share our vision and values.

Our legacy programmes showcase a wide range of initiatives we have created across the years which can inspire future programmes. Pleas have a look at some of the examples below and get in touch with us if you would like to become our partner..

National Citizen Service

Future Foundations delivered the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme in various regions across the UK from 2012 -2019

NCS is an inclusive, part-residential programme aimed at increasing participant’s leadership, teamwork and communication skills as well as developing trust, responsibility, understanding and empathy.

McKinsey&Company Leadership Academy

McKinsey Leadership Academy and Graduate Residential are funded and run by McKinsey & Company, a world-leading management consultancy who work with companies, governments and not-for-profit organisations to help them tackle their biggest challenges.

West London Summer Programme

The West London Summer Programme was brought to you by Future Foundations in partnership with Ark Schools and the Aldridge Foundation.

Our aim was to provide inspiring, developmental and fun experiences for young people in West London.

The programme was fully funded and benefited from the support of incredible partners. We would like to thank the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea for their support.

Chrysalis Summer Schools

The Chrysalis Partnership of 26 schools from across the boroughs of Haringey, Camden, Ealing, Newham and Barnet has been built upon a common sense that there is not enough genuine subject–specific extension work for the brightest pupils, nor support for, and shared expertise in, applications to selective universities.

The initial focus of the partnership remains the Chrysalis Scheme, an ambitious project to bring a university access scheme to gifted and talented cohorts from across North London. Pupils are invited to engage in a programme of dedicated activities, the centrepiece of which is an intensive summer school.