"Wings of Hope Achievement Award" is a free social enterprise scheme for schools throughout the UK. WOHAA aims to develop student's key skills whilst encouraging them to raise awareness of our international education projects.
What a fantastic experience and I am delighted that the girls were excellent representatives of the school.
They clearly gained a huge amount from being at Barclays. — Rachel – Headteacher at Hasmonean Girls' High School
We had a wonderful time last night and the children so enjoyed the experience. Obviously the icing on the cake was the winning of the award for runners up ‘Best Presentation’. — Mrs. Green – Year 9 Manager at Collingwood College
It was an absolute delight to be at the WOHAA Award Ceremony. The students have been brilliant & I really cannot wait to meet all of them & have them for our work experience. — Nupur Singh and Anshu Kapoor, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd
Thank you Janelle for organising such a fantastic opportunity for our girls. I know Sara found it such an interesting and valuable experience.
Best wishes — Debbie - Sara's mum, Hasmonean Girls' High School
WOHAA is one of the best external projects we have brought into the school. It is truly beloved by staff, students and parents alike as it broadens the horizons of our girls who would otherwise not g — Mrs Rachel Fink, Head Teacher, (Girls' School) Hasmonean High School
It has been a pleasure and a privilege for Hasmonean to work with you on this project and we look forward to our continued relationship in the future. — Rachel – Headteacher at Hasmonean Girls' High School
You made everyone feel so welcome and it really was a very enjoyable evening. We are now all very excited about our fundraising for next year. — Natalie Hodgson, Year 9 Student Manager, St Mary's High School
It was a pleasure to meet you and inspiring to hear stories of the ways in which the project has motivated young people to raise money for charity and work as a team to initiate and run different acti — Miriam – Teacher – Dulwich College
Well done for another fantastic event. You could see that the students were keen to soak up all they could in the time available, and lots of smiles all round – a good sign! — Linzi - Law Mentor, WOHAA Speed Mentoring
It's a fantastic initiative & it was an honour to be with such distinguished supporters of the charity at the semi-finals & an even greater honour to see the work of the young members of our community — Clarke Carlisle, Chairman, Professional Footballers' Association.
I would just like to say thank you for everything both you and Mr Sriram have offered me through
the Wings of Hope program. The Award has given me experiences and skills, I just couldn't learn
— Athishan Vithivet Pillai, Merchant Taylor School
I learnt a lot from the WOHAA experience, it was a sort-of different experience. It was a challenge where I learnt about myself more than anything. I learnt how to adapt many different roles in order — Suman D. (Villiers School)
My time at Tata was a memorable experience; I was lucky enough to shadow the consultancy team and met many clients such as the COO of Aviva and a director from Barclays wealth. — Akshay Dhamecha
The WOHAA challenge is an excellent one and does uncover true leaders and team-workers.
Keep in touch. And good luck to you and a great organization — Dr. Joe Spence, Master Dulwich College
It was a great pleasure to see such fantastic talent at the WOHAA semi-finals and the WOHAA Award Ceremony, well done for this wonderful vision!’ — Baroness Verma, House of Lords
I would just like to thank you coming into our school to talk to us about WOHAA. I have enjoyed the project thoroughly & I was wondering if there is any other way I can volunteer for Wings of Hope. — Yumna, Student at Valentines High School
Our WOHAA journey has opened our eyes to the injustice in this world and shown us how students anywhere can really help the children who need it the most and how important it is to do so. — TEAM – FORTITUDE - LADY MARGARET SCHOOL
It was a truly inspirational evening and a pleasure to hear about the work and success of so many young people. We were, of course, delighted that Surbiton High School pupils were recognised for their — Ann Haydon, Principal, Surbiton High School
It is always so uplifting and encouraging to see the students representing their age group in such a positive and enriching fashion. They all deserve an award! The event goes from strength to strengt — Sir David Jason
I can not thank you enough for choosing Team Unity as your WOHAA winner! we put our heart and soul in to your absolutely amazing charity and we are so so pleased all our hard work has paid off! — Tsiona – Hasmonean School for Girls
I was very impressed by the event at the House of Lords. I think you have made a major breakthrough in getting such a high level of engagement from UK schools. — Sir Richard Stagg – Ex - High Commissioner to India
Thanks so much and congratulations for putting on such a great event. Already looking forward to the next one — Carl - Investment Banking Mentor, WOHAA Speed Mentoring
Thank you for your message of 12th June and the link of your awards program which I went through. As always wishing you and Wings of Hope all the very best. — Dr. Yusuf Hamied, Chairman - Cipla
Dear Rajni, congratulations to the school of the winning Team. Worthy winners amongst many very deserving candidates. Best wishes. — Baroness Verma
Dear Rajni, congratulations to the school. Worthy winners amongst many very deserving candidates. Best wishes. — Baroness Verma
India was a fantastic experience – one which I will never forget. I recommend WOHAA to all students because a trip to India is the biggest motivation. — Anna, 2013 Winner
For me CV writing and interview skills were the most useful part of the workshop and I feel as though I came away with a lot of new, valuable information to take into account when writing my own CV. — Emily from Langley Park School for Girls
I would recommend WOHAA to anyone I have met because it is a great privilege to assist in a charity while helping those less fortunate than ourselves. — Bianca, Student at Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College