Positive Outcomes From 2014 / 15

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Over the course of the year, Young Leicestershire and it’s affiliated clubs have achieved many positive outcomes, thanks to the hard working, dedicated staff and volunteers.

Blaby Youth Club

100 young people feel healthier and happier. 6 young people completed the national 100 Mile Canoe Challenge. 120 young people participated in positive activities on a Friday night.


Eyres Monsell Volunteer Group

20 young people achieved nationally accredited ASDAN Awards.

Funded by Children in Need

12 young carers report increased confidence, independence and social skills. 14 have experienced a positive change through their group work experience.


Glenfield Youth Club

90 young members engage in positive diversionary activities.


Hinckley Young Carers Group

17 young carers say they enjoyed improved wellbeing and self-confidence by engaging in activities they would otherwise be excluded.


Leysland High School Friendship Group

8 young people say they are more confident and engaged at school.


Melton Youth Clubs

45 young people enjoyed positive outcomes, including CV writing and ongoing support to improve life chances. 14 young people resolved issues around bullying and self-esteem.

10 young volunteers achieved nationally accredited Passport to Volunteering qualification.


New Parks Inclusion Group

233 positive outcomes reported by young people


Redmoore High School Emotional Wellbeing Project

Staff identified that 10 young people showed improvements in confidence and wellbeing in other areas of school life as a result of our work.


Sapcote Youth Club

50 young people living in a rural setting attend their local youth club.


Oadby Youth Club

45 young people showed improved life chances through healthy eating and volunteering opportunities.

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