Announcing our Partnership with Impact on Urban Health

May 19, 2022
Jemima Rhys-Evans

Impact on Urban Health has joined the London South Teaching School Hub for an initiative to distribute over £2,000,000 in funding to South London Schools.

The London South Teaching School Hub is delighted to announce our new partnership with Impact on Urban Health, an amazing organisation dedicated to tackling health inequality in cities.

Where we grow up, live and work hugely influences our health, both currently in our future developments. In urban areas, we see the best and worst health outcomes, often just roads away from each other. Impact on Urban Health works to balance these scales, and provide everyone in urban areas with access to good health and the tools to maintain it, regardless of their background.

As part of this exceedingly important work, Impact on Urban Health have partnered with London South, OvalLearning and the Walcot Foundation to distribute the Healthy Schools Fund to schools across Lambeth and Southwark, providing £2,000,000 of funding available to schools that have been disproportionately affected by Covid-19. London South is delighted to be assisting in this project, which is sure to have a major impact across its chosen boroughs.

Jemima Rhys-Evans
Teaching School Hub Director & Charles Dickens Research School Director

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