David Breakspear was only ten years old when he was first arrested. Within a few years, they excluded him from education and took his first step on the school to prison pipeline.

In 2015, he decided he had enough of prison and the life that always led him to return. A complete change of attitude and David turned his life around. He attributes his success to the education he received in prison after he took every educational opportunity available to him.

In this, TEDx talk David explains why education makes the impossible, possible.

Since his release, David has been working with a diverse range of organisations to inform, influence and inspire by sharing his extensive lived experience.

You can find out more by reading David’s blog.

You can also find David on Instagram @whatcanbe2.

David has his own channel on YouTube and his own podcast on the

Anchor podcast platform.

David is supported by Kelly, known as “The Missus’ or Keef.

If you have questions, or you would like more information on how we can help you. Please get in touch.

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Just call me Keef.

My mother will be devastated when I tell you that I was brought up on a council estate. Last time I mentioned it, in company, she immediately dismissed it as my vivid imagination. Did I imagine all this too? Mother’s birthplace, Springburn, Glasgow. Childhood. Canning Town, East London. Teenage Years. Roundshaw, Wallington. Here comes Keef! Spital’s … Continue reading Just call me Keef.

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