Street League, the sport for employability charity that helps unemployed young people between the ages of 16-24 get #movingintowork through the power of football and dance fitness, has launched a new campaign.

‘Made Outside the Classroom’ highlights the ethos that Street League is built upon, and has been successful in achieving, since its inception in 2002 - just because you might not have succeeded in school or exams, doesn't mean you can't get to where you want to be. 

The campaign is about celebrating the transformational stories of people who have unlocked their potential, redefined stereotypes and achieved success outside of traditional education. To be Made Outside the Classroom means that you have overcome adversity, it shows that you have drive, vision, aspirations and above all else; determination.

The ultimate aim of the campaign will be to place thousands more young people in work through Street League’s award-winning sport and employment programmes. 73% of all participants on Street League’s programmes end up moving into a job, training or further education. Street League’s programmes are completely free, and run in 36 local communities around the UK.

The campaign video features a voiceover from popular YouTuber Terroll Lewis

Watch the Made Outside the Classroom campaign video below: