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Rewise Foundation CIC

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Here at Rewise Foundation CIC, we are driven by a single goal; to create a fairer more equal world for everyone, through education, training, mentoring, and inspiring learning experiences. 

We want every project we deliver to have a real social impact, stripping away the barriers that often hold people back, especially those who experience disadvantages in their everyday lives. 

As a community interest company, it means we can apply for funding from organisations such as Children In Need, The National Lottery, The Youth Futures Foundation, and other philanthropic entities to deliver workshops for free, to the people who need it the most. 

Like our sister company, Rewise Learning Ltd., we make learning easy by designing fun, award-winning courses, delivering engaging group workshops and educational learning resources on a wide range of subjects such as:

  • Coding

  • Employability skills

  • Entrepreneurship  Skills

  • Literacy skills

  • GCSE Revision

  • Phonics

  • STEM

  • Numeracy Skills

  • Anti-youth-violence

  • Drug and alcohol awareness

  • Music, music tech & DJing

  • Cooking

  • Financial literacy

  • Digital skills 

If you’d like to get involved in making a real difference to your people’s lives, or if your organisation would like to fund or collaborate on a project, then please get in touch.  We know we can make the world a fairer, more prosperous place together.

Who We Are

Who we are

Thanks to all the amazing organisations that give the Rewise Foundation a funding

Welsh Government logo
Youth Futures Foundation logo
National Lottery logo
Home Office logo
BBC Children in Need logo
Swansea Council Logo


The Home Office


Beats Not Blades

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Bringing an innovative, arts-based approach to solving the issues of knife crime and youth violence, we teamed up with the Home Office to deliver our Beats Not Blades anti knife-crime education programme. Delivered over two years across Wales, we developed a pro-active, early intervention prevention programme to educate young people about the dangers of carrying knives and to give them the tools to make informed decisions and avoid situations that may lead to violence. Using music and songwriting as our hook, we worked with over 1000 young people to explore the dangers and consequences of carrying a knife and immersed them in the subject through writing, producing, and recording their own anti-knife crime songs.


Children in Need, Youth Futures Foundation


Tune Up

Youth Futures Foundation logo
BBC Children in Need logo

Rewise Foundation was proud to be awarded grant funding from BBC Children and Need and the Youth Futures Foundation to deliver a 1-year youth skills and arts community project in Swansea. Youth Futures Foundation shares our desire for young people from disadvantaged and marginalised backgrounds to have improved employment outcomes. 

To help us achieve our common goal we designed the Tune Up project, arts-based employability skills and confidence-raising programme delivered in Swansea to over 100 young people. Our unique approach to youth work and skills development saw us building the self-confidence and self-belief in young people through group music workshops where they wrote and recorded their own songs about the challenges and opportunities of living in Swansea, supported and mentored by our in-house youth tutors and professional musicians. 

‘’If you can get up on the mic and sing, rap or even speak a few words, that’s no different to the pressures of speaking in a job or college interview’’. Oliver, Rewise Tutor. 

We like to push young people beyond their comfort zones but be there to give support and guidance when they need it. In this way, we make young people believe in themselves and be more likely to take on new challenges and exciting opportunities. 

What we did:

  • Group workshops

  • Worked with over 100 young people

  • Worked with a variety of disadvantaged and marginalised groups including: 

  • Disabilities and additional learning needs

  • Less economically well-off backgrounds

  • BAME community

  • Neurodiverse conditions 

  • Mental health challenges 

  • LGBTQ+ community 

  • Low skills / qualifications 

  • Low confidence

  • Low motivation / aspiration

  • Negative previous learning experiences

  • Care experienced  

  • Arts-based employment skills programmes

  • Confidence building through performance

  • Soft skills development, including, communication, problem solving, teamwork, working to deadlines

  • Employment focused skills: 

  • Interview skills and techniques 

  • CV and cover letter writing 

  • Job search skills

  • Application forms 

  • Employer expectations

We believe education and training are the key drivers of social change and are critical to forging a fairer, more equal society for all. Investing in young people and especially in those who need support the most, can help reap immense social and economic rewards for local communities and wider society.


Swansea Council


Summer of STEM Workshops

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Summer of STEM was a community STEM outreach project funded by Swansea County Borough Council and delivered at community hubs across Swansea for young people aged 8 to 18. This free project aimed to ignite an interest in STEM learning through fun hands-on group activities. Participants got the chance to build and programme a Bluetooth-controlled model surf-bus using our own patented STEM kits. Participants followed easy-to-use animated instructions, learnt about basic electronics, discovered the world of coding and were supported along the way by our down-to-earth STEM tutors. Once built, learners got the chance to race their surf buses against each other’s and compete in obstacle course challenges. 

We believe STEM and technology are the future, our interactive approach can spark curiosity and a passion for learning, motivating participants to explore and pursue knowledge independently. Rewise Foundation gives everyone the chance to engage with STEM learning through our fully funded and free outreach programmes like the Summer of STEM project.


Shared Prosperity Fund, Welsh Government funding via Swansea Council



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Swansea council logo

In 2023, Rewise Foundation was awarded funding from the Shared Prosperity Fund to deliver arts community arts engagement activities across Swansea. Our free music and songwriting workshops provide young people aged 8-18 the chance to make their own music and write their own songs, supported by our tutors and professional musicians. 

Music and the arts play an undervalued role in today’s fast-paced society. Music inspires people to think creatively and express themselves in unique ways. It allows individuals to convey their thoughts, emotions, and perspectives, building a more vibrant and expressive community. We are proud to be able to give young people in Swansea the opportunity to try music activities for the first time and to provide a positive outlet for their creativity and energy.

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