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  • Support, Attain, Fulfil, Exceed (SAFE) Taskforces | Department for Education
    Targeted projects
    In progress

    Support, Attain, Fulfil, Exceed (SAFE) Taskforces | Department for Education

    The SAFE programme delivers targeted interventions to reduce truancy, improve behaviours, and reduce the risk of individuals failing to enter education, employment or training (NEET).

    Funding:

    £891,000

    Activity type:

    Support to engage with school

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Efficacy study
    In progress
  • Alternative Provision Specialist Taskforces (APST) | Department for Education
    Targeted projects
    In progress

    Alternative Provision Specialist Taskforces (APST) | Department for Education

    Alternative provision specialist taskforces will work directly with young people in alternative provision settings to offer intensive support from experts.

    Activity type:

    Support to engage with school

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Efficacy study
    In progress
  • We Are With You
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress

    We Are With You

    Children are referred into this project by the police at the point of arrest when they are found in possession of a class B or class C drug.

    Funding:

    £964,513

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Pilot study, Efficacy study, Pilot study
    In progress
  • Salford Foundation
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress

    Salford Foundation

    The programme pairs young people with a youth worker for six months, following referral from Greater Manchester Police.

    Funding:

    £1,397,941

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Pilot study, Efficacy study, Pilot study
    In progress
  • London VRU
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress

    London VRU

    The Your Choice programme offers intensive, therapeutic support for young people aged 11-17 who are at most risk of being affected by violence or exploitation.

    Funding:

    £6,729,187

    Activity type:

    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Pilot study, Efficacy study, Pilot study
    In progress
  • Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress

    Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust

    The programme works with young people, aged between 10 and 15 years-old who come into police custody due to violent behaviour.

    Funding:

    £1,391,283

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Pilot study, Efficacy study, Pilot study
    In progress
  • Life Skills Education Charity
    Launch grant round
    In progress

    Life Skills Education Charity

    The project works with younger children to teach them about the dangers of knife and hate crime and substance misuse.

    Funding:

    £653,444

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Efficacy study
    In progress
  • Roots of Empathy
    Launch grant round
    In progress

    Roots of Empathy

    The programme aims to reduce aggression in school children and increase empathy by coaching pupils to connect with a baby.

    Funding:

    £373,686

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Efficacy study
    In progress
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