Prisoners' Education Trust (PET) believes in working with others to achieve change and innovation, this section celebrates best practice by champions of learning, training and skills.
Here, we highlight some of the best examples of initiatives led by prisons, ex-prisoners or other charities to support people in prison with their learning or rehabilitation. Browse articles written by PET staff and partners below.
Women | Arts
Carlotta Allum, founder of the arts charity Stretch, writes about her own experiences of imprisonment and her subsequent work with women prisoners.
All | Employability
PET attended a job fair at HMP Pentonville on 15 May 2014 where we gave advice about qualifications employers are looking for. We asked one of our learners, who is a prisoner, to review the event.
Women | Education
During a visit to HMP Low Newton to film the innovative induction programme 'The Bridge' Prisoners' Education Trust interviewed women like Debbie, a mother of nine, who has developed the confidence to learn and make positive plans for her future.