Established to allow youth work to play an active role in young people’s educational, social and emotional recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. The Fund provided over 48,000 activity hours for school pupils, creating a strong link between youth work and formal education.
The Youth Work Education Recovery Fund was established to enable the sector to engage young people in some of the country’s most vulnerable communities and support their educational, social and emotional recovery in the wake of the pandemic.
Projects were awarded funding across all of Scotland’s 32 local authorities and were designed to support effective partnership working between youth work organisations (statutory and third sector) and formal education. Many projects also included elements of outdoor learning and creative arts.
All of the projects sought to deliver at least three of the following outcomes:
Find out what work YouthLink Scotland has been doing to ensure the importance of youth work is heard at every level of education reform in Scotland.
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