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ATE.

Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 9 Oct 19, Wednesday

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Charity number: 1062448

Active Training and Education Trust (ATE) (a.k.a. ATE Superweeks) is a not-for-profit, educational trust, which provides residential holidays to children of a school age within the United Kingdom. These holidays are called Superweeks.

ATE seeks to contribute to British children’s education by providing opportunities to learn about themselves, other people and to discover new things about the world around them. By running Superweeks, ATE provides children with a safe, supportive environment away from the pressure of ‘real life’ in which they cultivate child focused holidays where days are play-packed and leave a child with memories that ATE believes are essential to a happy childhood. They achieve this by having a deep rooted, traceable history in education, and running unique intensive residential training courses for the volunteers who care for the children.

ATE’s core activity is providing residential experience for children of a school age within the United Kingdom. Superweeks are residential holidays (at New Year, Easter and Summer) that take place in country houses and mansions at various locations around the United Kingdom. The holidays are designed for children aged 8 to 16 years and provide a period of fresh air, fun and communal living with other children from a wide variety of backgrounds and outlooks.” All ATE Superweeks are accredited by YG&T as Young Gifted and Talented provision.

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