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Title: Young People not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) in Charlestown


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Young People not in Education, Employment or
Training (NEET) in Charlestown Lower Kersal
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Contents of this report
1. Rationale, process and stakeholders
2. The baseline and the story behind it
3. The current public service response
4. Key issues and principles for a reformed
approach
5. Improving outcomes (now, soon later)
6. Enabling measures
7. Learning from the Spotlight trial
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1. Rationale, process and stakeholders
2. The baseline and the story behind it
3. The current public service response
4. Key issues and principles for a reformed
approach
5. Improving outcomes (now, soon later)
6. Enabling measures
7. Learning from the Spotlight trial
4
Rationale, process stakeholder engagement
Rationale
  • Priority within the LAA re. addressing economic
    prosperity
  • NDC area contains highest NEET in the City
  • Key issue within the NDC Education Strategy
  • Core Team established
  • Defining the NEET issue age 16 18 and age 11
  • Detailed picture of cause and effect of the NEET
    issue
  • Clarity around the services and system in place
    to support
  • and prevent NEET young people
  • Action Plan short, medium and long term

Process
  • Project Champion
  • Stakeholder mapping
  • Workshops with Strategic and Frontline Workers
  • Focus groups with NEET young people and and one
    to
  • ones
  • Individual meetings and follow ups

Stakeholder engagement
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1. Rationale, process and stakeholders
2. The baseline and the story behind it
3. The current public service response
4. Key issues and principles for a reformed
approach
5. Improving outcomes (now, soon later)
6. Enabling measures
7. Learning from the Spotlight trial
6
LAA target
  • Objective 1 Improve economic prosperity through
    educational attainment, skills, employment and
    enterprise
  • Outcome 3 Improved economic wellbeing of young
    people reduce the percentage of 16 -18 year olds
    not in education, employment or training
  • Baseline 2006/07 8.4
  • Target 2009/10 7

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Baseline what the data tells us
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Baseline what the data tells us
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Baseline what the data tells us
NEET (October 2007) 60 young people, of which
NEET 51 young people seeking education,
employment or training, incl. 13 young people
with Youth Offending Service involvement 12
young people with housing issues 16 young people
with special educational needs
Long - term 4 teenage parents (2 aged 17 / 2 aged
18) 1 young carer aged 18 1 young person in
custody aged 18 4 young people aged 17 4 young
people aged 18
Short term NEET (Churn) 46 young people
Long term NEET Over 20 weeks (Stock) 14 young
people
Unknowns 42 young people
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Baseline what the data tells us
NEET by Gender Breakdown
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Baseline what the data tells us
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Baseline what the data tells us
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Baseline what the data tells us
  • Young People aged 11 - 16 (out of education)
  • 2006/07 (The Albion High and All Hallows RC
    Schools)
  • 52 pupils with fixed term exclusions in NDC area
    (14). This figure
  • is declining.
  • 3 pupils with permanent exclusions in NDC area
    (0.8)
  • Summer Term 2007
  • 60 pupils (Years 7 10) had unauthorised
    absences (16.2)
  • Autumn Term 2007 (The Albion High)
  • 23 pupils on alternative / part time curriculum

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Stakeholder perspectives the story behind the
baseline

Services e.g. a need for on going support
Individual e.g. poor attainment, worklessness
Family e.g. in and out of low skilled jobs
Cultural e.g. grey economy
Effects
NEET IN NDC AREA
Causes
Individual e.g. learning difficulties
Family e.g. lack of parental support
Cultural e.g. peer pressure
Services e.g. neg. experience of school
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The human story what this could mean if you are
born and raised in Charlestown and Lower Kersal
  • Case Study - Pre 16
  • Yr 10 50 attendance disruptive
  • Home issues alcohol and absent father
  • Interventions from COMPACT Cyclone work
    placement
  • School attendance increased and placement
    continued through summer
  • Yr 11 detention for previous year, school refused
  • Case Study - Post 16
  • Poor attendance in Yr 11, Connexions
    interventions starting in March
  • Refuses assistance despite significant parental
    support
  • Leaves school with no destination
  • Registers with e2e, but is dismissed for smoking
    cannabis
  • Found casual labour but is now out of work

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Summary of the issue analysis
  • 60 young people in Irwell Riverside / Kersal
    wards (of which 36 in NDC area)
  • Irwell Riverside twice the Salford and national
    average
  • Not a static number or picture over the year
  • People in and out of the system and long term
    NEET
  • 42 unknowns / excludes traveller community
  • Issue of school pupils out of education
  • Causes and effects of NEET varied and complex
  • Strong link to special educational needs (cause),
    low skills and worklessness (effect)

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1. Rationale, process and stakeholders
2. The baseline and the story behind it
3. The current public service response
4. Key issues and principles for a reformed
approach
5. Improving outcomes (now, soon later)
6. Enabling measures
7. Learning from the Spotlight trial
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Delivery Chain analysis the pillars of
commissioning
Planning and deciding
Understanding Need
  • Governance and accountability
  • City wide 13-19 Partnership and NEET sub group
  • Strategic and operational planning
  • - Partnership approach but not local
  • Scope and nature of procurement activity
  • Fragmented / inflexible
  • Short term v long term
  • Coordination and openness of procurement
  • Open to contest?
  • Role for third sector?
  • Data
  • - Detailed data available at the local level but
    not always used or shared
  • Issue of unknowns
  • Missing data re. traveller young people
  • Performance Monitoring
  • Mainly city wide rather than neighbourhood based
  • Outputs v outcomes
  • Role of community engagement
  • - Collective localised opportunity for community
    / frontline worker input ?

Amber
Amber
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Delivery Chain analysis the pillars of
commissioning
Delivering
Reviewing and Learning
  • Accessibility
  • Good range of locally based services but limited
    outreach Coordination
  • Need better awareness/referral mechanisms
  • Efficiency/value
  • Potential duplication of effort
  • Value of third sector
  • Incentives/motivations for deliverers and
    customers
  • Deliverers - quantity v quality
  • Customers financial (pos/neg)
  • Outcomes
  • - NEET being reduced / good practice
  • Evaluation of impact
  • Regular performance monitoring but not locally
    focused
  • Tracking and longer term impact?
  • Impact of third sector?
  • Learning about good practice
  • Good practice shared between partners but at a
    local level?

Amber
Amber
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Perspectives on the System
Front line worker learning mentors in school
are great people dont know what others are
doing
Volunteers not given the recognition we
deserve reliant on small grants
Dealing with NEET in NDC
Young People unwilling to listen grateful for
support and wide ranging advice
Commissioners / Strategic early intervention
required system is fragmented
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1. Rationale, process and stakeholders
2. The baseline and the story behind it
3. The current public service response
4. Key issues and principles for a reformed
approach
5. Improving outcomes (now, soon later)
6. Enabling measures
7. Learning from the Spotlight trial
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Summary of the key strengths
Broad range of services and providers
Partnership working
NEET in Charlestown Lower Kersal
Improvement, commitment and good practice

Joint Planning
Local data available
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Summary of the key challenges
Gaps in the service offer
Communication and referral
NEET in Charlestown Lower Kersal
Ensuring local input in to planning
Funding issues / changes

Information / data sharing
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Principles for a reformed approach
  • The range of services to support NEET young
    people should work as one cohesive, integrated
    system
  • The funders of services in the area should
    co-ordinate to ensure a cohesive and effective
    service
  • Services should be able to respond to the
    different needs and circumstances of NEET young
    people, built on a sound information base.
  • The system needs to be more effective upstream
    i.e. early intervention
  • There should be opportunity for a range of
    providers to work as part of the system.
  • Frontline workers should be motivated, valued and
    rewarded.
  • The system should learn from what works and
    support cultural change.

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1. Rationale, process and stakeholders
2. The baseline and the story behind it
3. The current public service response
4. Key issues and principles for a reformed
approach
5. Improving outcomes (now, soon later)
6. Enabling measures
7. Learning from the Spotlight trial
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Results achieved during the trial
  • Focus Group with NEET young people has provided
    positive role models and a change in working
    practice.
  • Commitment to outreach between NDC Youth
    Participation and Olivers Gym Youth Club/Amber
    project
  • Greater local awareness between service providers
  • Data shared for the first time
  • Energy about the issue
  • Better understanding about unknowns

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Proposals to improve outcomes
Over-arching Proposals
Short/Medium/Long
Development of local Integrated Youth Support
Service with an initial focus on NEET young
people
Short
Development of a Locality Commissioning Model
Medium

NEET as a target in new LAA with a geographical
focus
Medium
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Proposals to improve outcomes
Issue
Proposal
Short/Medium/Long
Earlier intervention from age 10 -13.
Medium
Gaps in service offer
Short
One to one support e.g. individual mentoring
Communication and Referral
Further development of directory of available
services, differentiated by type of provision
(WUU2).
Medium

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Proposals to improve outcomes
Issue
Proposal
Short/Medium/Long
Medium
Common Assessment Framework / Family Action Model
/ Lead Professional additional training and
focused roll out.
Communication and Referral cont.
Local Marketing Campaign

Medium
Look at role of third sector providers in the
system
Local input in to planning
Long
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Proposals to improve outcomes
Issue
Proposal
Short/Medium/Long
Information / Data sharing
Use of Salford Observatory to focus on a LAA
priority with a neighbourhood focus
Medium
Develop protocols for data sharing
Short
Look at opportunities for mainstreaming / further
funding for time expired good practice
Funding issues / changes
Medium

Support capacity of third sector providers and
mainstream commissioners
Long
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Scope for innovation?
  • Role of ICT in future actions around
    communication / data sharing
  • New models of commissioning particularly around
    third sector procurement
  • Extend scope of Integrated Youth Support Service
    from age 13 19 to age 10 - 19

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1. Rationale, process and stakeholders
2. The baseline and the story behind it
3. The current public service response
4. Key issues and principles for a reformed
approach
5. Improving outcomes (now, soon later)
6. Enabling measures
7. Learning from the Spotlight trial
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Enabling measures required to deliver improved
outcomes
  • Ownership of Action Plan
  • Sharing and understanding of local data
  • Local performance management
  • Local partnership development
  • Development of commissioning e.g. joint working,
    more localised, potential providers
  • Role, support and capacity of third sector

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1. Rationale, process and stakeholders
2. The baseline and the story behind it
3. The current public service response
4. Key issues and principles for a reformed
approach
5. Improving outcomes (now, soon later)
6. Enabling measures
7. Learning from the Spotlight trial
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Summary of learning from this Spotlight trial
  • Process
  • First Spotlight so methodology was still being
    developed as the trial went live
  • Importance of Project Champion
  • Need to expand core team
  • Resource intensive so need to plan accordingly
  • Issue of ethics, trust and consent when working
    with potentially vulnerable people
  • Need to build in opportunities to verify findings
    with different stakeholder groups
  • Need to look at good practice from elsewhere
  • Learning shared and built in to other Spotlights
  • Issue of NEET
  • Created energy and focus
  • Robust and rapid process
  • Know a lot more about the issue and have a clear
    way forward

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Young People not in Education, Employment or
Training (NEET) in Charlestown Lower Kersal
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