enough, yet made for more -
Empowering and championing young people!

Made for More have been investing in schools and young people for over 25 years. Originally formed to place trained and professional youth workers in to every school within Chelmsford, we continue to hold strong relationship and credibility with our schools. Our aim through one to one mentoring and lunch clubs is to advocate for young people's mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. 




1-1 Mentoring sessions delivered


Completed the Empowered course


Lunch Clubs


Empowered Courses


Student Peer Mentors trained


Made for More primarily offer one to one mentoring and lunch clubs to secondary schools throughout Chelmsford. Through working closely with the staff, we can supply consistent and quality support for young people within the school system.

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One to one mentoring is offered to schools at no charge, by our team of trained and DBS checked staff and volunteer mentors, who work closely with pastoral teams. Each mentor is trained to listen, provide emotional support and space for self reflection. Mentoring is not about fixing or counselling, but about encouraging, listening and signposting. Schools, teaching staff and pastoral teams are under increasing amounts of pressure. Our mentors can offer time and consistency to young people needing to be heard. All mentors are updated with current safeguarding practices.

lunch clubs

Lunch Clubs are a place for fun, food, friendship and faith. All are welcome from all faiths and none. As a Christian charity we respect and value each young person and their beliefs. Our lunch clubs are an inclusive space to discuss life choices, experiences and values. Whilst we lead our sessions from a Christian perspective, we welcome the input of others with contrasting views. These groups also provide a safe space for those who may feel vulnerable within the school system.

Empowered Course

The Empowered Course is a holistic course designed to equip and empower young people with tools to help them as they navigate through teenage years, and beyond. The students are led through 6 weekly sessions covering emotions, identity, influence, resilience, expectations, communication, conflict, respect, relationships and self esteem.
The sessions are designed to be interactive, engaging, creative and flexible in meeting the needs of the group helping to make it as relevant as possible to participants.
The Empowered course is written for young people aged between 11 and 18 years old and is non-gender specific.

Impact of a significant adult

Children need positive role models, adults that can guide them, advise them and act as a supervisor - someone who can see the way this path ends and try their best to guide the child down a better path.

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