Contact us / Get involved

Please use the form below to contact us directly, or follow us on Twitter @LiftingLimitsUK

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The first year of our pilot in Camden came to an end in July 2019, but we are continuing to grow. We have reached our limit of 13 schools across Greater London taking part for free from September 2019, but we are always keen to hear from primary schools who want to join us. Please use the form below.

Evaluation report
Read the report ‘We can all be who we want to be’: A whole school approach to challenging gender stereotyping and promoting gender equality in primary schools, with forewords from Professor Dame Alison Peacock and Professor Gina Rippon. You can also download the full independent evaluation.

Middle tier organisations
If you represent a Local Authority, Multi-Academy Trust or Independent School chain and may like to participate in our second phase pilot, please contact us using the form below.

We are always seeking funding to cover aspects of the programme and to ensure we grow as an organisation: if you are interested in contributing or in helping us with our fundraising efforts please get in touch using the form below.

As a newly formed social enterprise with very little funding and a skeleton staff, we’re always on the look out for volunteers to help us with specific projects, particularly with skills we don’t have inhouse. We’d currently love some help in these areas, so do please get in touch using the form below:

  • PR – we published our report in November 2019 and have been delighted with its reception. Any help in carrying on communicating our message over the next few months will be very welcome.
  • Events management – we are planning an event for early 2020 and we’d really welcome someone who can guide us on format, attendees and publicity.
  • Bookkeeping – our accounting needs are fairly basic at the moment, but we’d benefit from someone keeping them in order and advising us as we grow.
  • Video editing – related to ongoing PR and the event in early 2020, we have great footage of children from our schools, but currently no capacity to make an inspiring video. Can you help?