The Foyer Awards 2017: Information, Criteria and Guidance

Nominate a person or a Foyer for an Award at the inaugural Foyer Awards night to celebrate 25 years of the Foyer Federation.

Practice Event 2017: Book your tickets now!

Our annual event brings Foyer staff from across the network together to share best practice, hear more about innovative ideas and celebrate the difference that you make to young people’s lives.

Young people: assets or liabilities?

We believe they are assets with talent and potential. Have you considered making an investment in a young person for 2017?

Become a member

The Foyer Federation is able to bring together a network of Advantaged Thinking Foyers and practitioners through its valuable membership service. Find out more about what we can offer you

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Tokunbo joins us from the Bauer Academy, the multimedia training arm linked to one of the largest media companies in the world, where his most recent post was Head of Innovation. He brings a wealth of…

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Jane Slowey: Reflections

As I begin my last day as Chief Executive of the Foyer Federation and set out on the next stage of my own personal journey, it’s perhaps not surprising that I wanted to pause for breath…

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Members Roadshow Event

Here at the Foyer Federation we love getting out and about to see our members! So we decided to get into the Christmas spirit early by holding member-only events in Manchester and London in November. These…

Work Experience at the Foyer Federation

At the end of October 2016 the team at the Foyer Federation were glad to welcome Jessica Andrews for a two-week work experience placement. This is what Jess had to say about her experience: I recently…

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Jane’s letter to Practice Event delagates

Dear friends, When I joined the Foyer Federation in 2004, the Board told me I was joining an organisation at a crossroads. We had an established and growing network. Accreditation had been made compulsory (perhaps the…