The Tribune Trust

Supporting safer communities in the Humber Region


The No Way Trust at Cottingham High School


The High Sheriff, Sue Stephenson presents a cheque to Paul Wilkinson of the No Way Trust at Cottingham High School. Looking on is the Headteacher, Mr Wilson, Mrs Cooper and pupils from the School

The No Way Trust, better known as the Prison no way me Group was formed in 1993 by three Prison Officers from HMP Hull. The trust provides real life learning experiences for Children and Young Persons aged between 8 and 18 years.
The aim of the Trust is for these Young People to steer away from anti social behaviour and prevent them becoming involved in crime.
The trust want young people to think carefully about the decisions that they make throughout their lives, stay safe and manage the temptations of modern society. Young People are exposed to an ever increasing risk posed through social media. The Trust aims to equip them with the skills to deal with these risks and develop into law abiding Citizens.

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