Youth services in England changes and trends Youth services in England: changes and trends in service provision. November 2014.
The publication sets out the charity’s aim that by 2020 every young person will have access to high quality youth work in their community. The report lays out the steps needed to make its vision a reality, examining the role of local government, the business community, the youth work sector as well as providers and
The NYA Local Authority Youth Services Annual Audit collected information on expenditure, workforce and outcomes from local authority youth services. It focused on the youth service managed through the local authority. The final audit was completed with information relating to the financial year of 2007/08. NYA Audit 2007-08
The NYA’s commission into sufficiency of the youth offer, made an important recommendation that central government establish a targeted Youth Premium. Similar to the Pupil Premium in formal education, it will ensure disadvantaged young people get access to high-quality youth work support. YouthPremium
This publication provides a ‘state of the nation’ snapshot of the state of youth services within England. It is produced by the National Youth Agency (NYA) as part of its Routes to Success programme with the Local Government Association (LGA). Youth Services in England – The State of the Nation
This publication has been produced to meet local authority youth work teams’ requests for more practical examples and case studies of current and potential involvement in the TF programme. The Role of Youth Work in Supporting Troubled Families
The summer riots of 2011 have been the subject of many published literature, ranging from official reports and statistics to independent research and news articles. This NYA document aims to summarise the key observations and answer some key questions, with a particular focus on young people. Summer Riots: Summary of existing literature and key observations
Under Section 251 of the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009, local authorities are required to submit statements on the planned and expected expenditure of local authority education and children’s social care functions. Statements are submitted annually, and the latest statement published for 2012-13 covers the period 1st April 2012 – 31st March 2013.
In 2012, the National Youth Agency established a Commission to determine what can be viewed as a “sufficient offer” of local provision for services for young people. This report details its findings. NYA Commission into ‘what is a sufficient youth offer’
Mapping the involvement of businesses in supporting services for young people in out of school settings
The NYA has conducted a project to map and promote what the business community is already doing with regards to supporting service delivery for young people in out of school settings. The project captures the many ways businesses are supporting young people through a survey of Heads of Youth Services (or equivalent) and interviews providing