Case studies


    A programme for young adults with additional learning needs to help them prepare for work.   Click here to read the full case study.

  • “Find Your Place”

    We celebrated the “Find Your Place” programme for Armed Forces Veterans. The Mayor of Burnley, Councillor Charlie Briggs presented Certificates and commemorative photographs. It was an opportunity for the Veterans to share how the programme had helped them to change and refocus in different areas – all with the help of a horse. Please read […]

  • NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Residential Unit – Greater Manchester

    Young people attending a Residential Mental Health Unit in Greater Manchester have a wide range of emotional issues. The charity HorseHeard believed that introducing the young people to a different intervention could have positive impacts and bring benefits to this group. Consequently HorseHeard developed a four week programme, ‘Me, Myself and I’. This used Equine […]

  • A student’s perspective

    HorseHeard recently ran a workshop with a group of girls from Godolphin & Latymer  School – hosted for HorseHeard by Graham Dawson and Kate Mably. The session was very well received by the pupils and attending staff, and we are hopeful that this will be the beginning of positive relationship for all. We would to share […]

  • Helping others to help young people ….

        Sometimes we have the pleasure of working with other people who also work with young people – helping them to help young people, if you like! We recently did some work with a team from Brookside Education in Ilford, here are a couple of their reflections of on the experience: – “What I took […]

  • Acclaim for our first Cornish engagement

      HorseHeard has just finished it’s first complete programme in Cornwall, working with young people from Brannel School at Rasparveth Riding School. It has been a wonderfully successful programme for all parties – with great feedback throughout – and we are looking forward to the opportunity of continuing this relationship. We are also very pleased […]