The Men's Room delivers its first social mobility training for young men at Archway School in Stroud, Gloucestershire
THE first pupils have benefited from a charity's new mentoring scheme at Archway School.
The teenage boys from the comp in Paganhill, Stroud, took part in the programme delivered by The Men's Room under the watchful eye of the county's Lord Lieutenant Dame Janet Trotter.
The idea is to help young men achieve their potential and gain social mobility through the training.
The charity's founder Clive Lewis said he started it because he had been fortunate enough to break through himself despite coming from a poor working class family.
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"I wanted to show others how it is possible for them to achieve their potential too," he said.
Dame Janet observed the inaugural session of the charity's Bridge Builder Mentoring Scheme yesterday.