In the UK today there are more women in employment than ever before. There are more women pursuing higher education than their male counterparts and female youth employment is on the rise. And yet, women are still underpaid and underrepresented. As of April 2019...read more
June saw Refugee Week being celebrated across the UK as well as Baytree. Refugee Week is a UK-wide programme of arts, cultural and educational events and activities that celebrates the contribution of refugees to the UK and promotes better understanding of why people...read more
Baytree secures grant from Berkeley Foundation to improve access to employment for young women in our community.
Young people aged 16-24 face the highest levels of unemployment in Britain – and more young women are affected than young men. Baytree together with High Trees CDT and @spiralskills have secured funding from the @berkeleyfoundation 's latest grant programme,...read more
On 20th June 2019, a group of 15 ESOL students from a variety of ESOL classes and 5 members of staff visited the Migration Museum on Lambeth High Street as part of Refugee Week. Everyone met at the Baytree Centre and after a quick head count, set off for the museum at...read more
Happy Easter from all of the staff and team at Baytree! What a gorgeous weekend we just had with lovely sunshine and promising weather for the next few months to come. This week, whilst preparing for the Summer term, we have been reflecting on all the wonderful things...read more
We are pleased to announce the release of our pilot and first Baytree Zine! This is an online self publication made by the girls of Baytree aged 11+ and explores the theme of courage, one of the five virtues that we celebrate across the centre. Each of the girls who...read more