A charity which saves the lives of deprived, abandoned and abused children is now helping to prepare them for the world of work. The Caldecott Foundation, based in Smeeth near Ashford has opened a skills training centre to help youngster gain independence and find employment.
Nashreen Issa talked to students Chloe and Liam. Head of Education Stacey McShane explains the benefits.
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