The project received national recognition for its work engaging school-aged young offenders. The report demonstrates 6 years of evidence moving hundreds of NEET young people into Education, Training and Employment and reducing re-offending.
The project engaged young people with major literacy barriers, as well as those with identified learning difficulties, such as Dyslexia, ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Disorder. The award was based on two independent evaluations of the project by Reading and Nottinghamshire Youth Offending Services.
- Transforms confidence, self-esteem and engagement
- Reduces NEETs (Not in Education, Training and Employment)
- Reduces rate of re-offending
- Makes people independent and improves resilience
-Gives someone a positive experience of education
- Leads to better engagement with staff and services
- Provides the skills that are essential for school, college or the workplace
Educators often have to focus on what learners are ‘supposed’ to know. This project targets what they ‘need’ to know.Find out more
The project won a national award from the Youth Justice Board.The award
Read about the people the Communicate project has helped.Read more
The Communicate project offers staff an excellent opportunity for continued professional development and provides them with a specialist toolkit for overcoming literacy problems.Explore
What to think about when starting a Communicate project?What to consider
The Communicate project brings a complete literacy intervention system to the front-line which changes outcomes in hours.Find out more
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