Boys Development Project
320 Commercial Way, Peckham, London SE15 1QN
0207 732 9409
The Boys’ Development Project (CIC) is a registered Social Enterprise and a company limited by guarantee (Number 7174935).
Our main purpose is to increase boys’ and young men’s life options and achievement. We do this by:
1. Developing effective projects and programmes targeted at boys and young men and their families;
2. Providing consultancy and training to professionals who want to develop their work with boys, young men and their families;
3. Carrying out research and investigations that will add to the growing body of knowledge and by carrying out evaluations of projects targeting boys and young men.
We currently have three consultants:
(For a full profile of each consultant, click on the download image next to each name)
You can find out further information on the Boys' Development Project by visiting the different areas of our website, which are summarised below. Click on the headings to navigate to a page, or use the navigation menu above.
Projects, consultancy and
To see what we are currently delivering and what is in the process of being developed.
Project reports of interest to those working with boys and young men.
Our first two publications, Discipline and Boys Who are Under Five (a brief guide) and Boys into Schools are targeted at mothers with sons (available in PDF and as booklets), and our new factsheets, Boys and Screens and Boys and ADHD.
ABC 0-5 Professionals
The About Boys Course ABC 0-5, is a 4 session (8 hour) programme targeting mothers who have sons. This page is for professionals interested in buying in or delivering this programme.
ABC 0-5 FOR Mothers
This page is for mothers who are interested in issues related to their sons.
Boys Into School
The Boys into School Project (BiS) is a new initiative that aims to make sure that boys have the skills they will need to make the successful transition into school.
What we can offer, how to contact us and links to other sites.
Boys Development Project second annual report (click here to download)
Paul Hamlyn foundation will fund our schools work for the next two years (see the projects page)
New downloads: Article for EYE (Early Years Educator) August 2012, and ‘Stand Out' Boys early intervention in schools.