Reach Out is a community partnership and outreach initiative brought to you by Nottingham Girls’ High School.

Committed to inspiring a love for learning and achievement in children and young people, Reach Out works to raise attainment by providing extraordinary opportunities and experience days through innovative and engaging workshops.

Over the last 5 years, Reach Out has delivered over 80 projects to over 3,500 children and young people. Designed with primary core subjects in mind, our provision includes STEM, the arts, outdoor learning, learning support and business and enterprise. You can view our previous events on our News blog.

All resources are specially designed for each event and can be adapted for children of varying abilities. Please visit our Resources page to see our full library.

We also enjoy getting out and about in to the wider community having previously participated with Nottingham City Council’s Light Night, Nottingham Trent University’s Peace Builders, Wollaton Festival and collaborating with Nottingham Refugee Forum on Women Together. If you are a community organisation and would like to work with us, get in touch; we would love to hear from you.

Of course, a website can only tell you so much so get in touch to find out more.

Susie and Wendy


The children benefited from working with others, to be inspired or inspire others. To be able to showcase their talents to others.

Edna G Olds Primary Academy

The children had the opportunity to explore areas of maths outside the daily curriculum, challenge themselves, and meet with other students in a new environment. The staff are friendly, professional and very knowledgeable.

Robin Hood Primary

All of the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and gained a lot through mixing with and supporting the two other schools that attended with us. Children that wouldn’t normally lead/encourage others came out of their shell, which was fantastic to watch.

Arnold Mill Primary

I know that the parents thought that the whole event was extremely valuable both in terms of general awareness and in giving useful strategies in the main subject areas. I must say that the children left at the end if the day proud to be Dyslexic.

Edwalton Primary School