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UK Youth Annual Review 2011-12
UK Youth's Annual Review of 2011-12 offers a comprehensive look at the work of the organisation.
Achievement, recognition….and fun!
Young people from the Northbourne Street Youth Initiative show what they can do – and gain recognition through Youth Achievement Awards.
Taking the lead
Young people joining Staffordshire Young People’s Service’s Young Leader Programme are gaining Platinum Youth Achievement Awards.
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.
Small steps and giant leaps: Summary report
An evaluation of UK Youth’s Youth Achievement Award, designed to assess the success of the Youth Achievement Awards in helping young people make positive life choices.
Accessible Youth Achievement Awards
The Youth Achievement Awards provide a framework to recognise and accredit young people's non-formal learning.
Up for the Challenge!
Kelly Barnett set up a new group for 5-10 year olds to gain her Platinum Youth Achievement Award, with the support of Amlin.
Supporting young community leaders
Simon Warren is bringing sporting opportunities to young people in Gloucestershire villages – thanks to a UK Youth programme sponsored by Amlin.
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.
Making learning matter
The Youth Achievement Foundation in Dudley has shifted away from traditional school subjects to engage young people through theme-based learning.