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Learning that engages
An 18-month pilot programme with young offenders shows how Avon Tyrrell Youth Achievement Foundation’s non-formal learning approach impacts on educational engagement and re-offending.
Small steps and giant leaps
The full report of an evaluation of UK Youth’s Youth Achievement Award, carried out by the Social Futures Institute, University of Teesside.
Accessible Youth Achievement Awards
The Youth Achievement Awards provide a framework to recognise and accredit young people's non-formal learning.
New Youth Achievement Foundation opening
Using UK Youth’s non-formal learning approach, an innovative partnership in Bournemouth and Poole is creating new opportunities for young people.
Peer education session planning
Three activities for use by peer educators when planning their sessions.
Peer education session planning II
Two more planning activities for peer educators, including a framework for reviewing the session.
An engaging approach to learning
The Ofsted inspection of UK Youth’s Avon Tyrrell Youth Achievement Foundation praises its “…outstanding learning opportunities that fully engaged the students.”
Challenging young people of all abilities
Since 2007, UK Youth member The Lifetrain Trust has worked with Epsom Phab to provide nationally recognised accreditation for all of the fantastic activities their young people participate in, using UK Youth’s Youth Achievement Awards.
Education and recreation hand in hand
Supported by Think Big, Marie Perryman is on a mission to inspire young people to form their own community homework clubs.
Three discussion ideas on aspects on personal relationships.