The impact of our work has helped our students and clients to improve their lives through better English and Maths skills, improved school grades and gaining employment.
In 2019/20, six months of the year were affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Fortunately we were able to adapt the majority of our services for delivery online and over the phone and provide additional support through distribution of information, distribution of I.T. devices and food parcels and thousands of pastoral calls.
We are pleased that despite the challenge of the pandemic we were able to support over 1,200 children and young people and over 1,100 adults. In total 2,305 people benefited from our programmes last year and many of our students and clients took advantage of multiple programmes.
- Our Adult Learning programme taught 250 students. 79% of students achieved their course outcomes in maths, English, and ICT classes.
- Our Children and Young People’s Education programme supported over 1,200 students. 66% of our Year 13 students secured a university place in 2019.
- Our Employment Support programme supported over 307 clients, with 57% of those seen five or more times finding work or training.
- Our Wellbeing and Support activities were attended by 251 adults and young people and 257 local people received Information, Advice and Guidance. Our staff helped our clients to resolve 359 advice issues and made 55 referrals to specialist providers.
Our Impact Reports
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Our Annual Report and Accounts
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