All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Engage in Education’

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London Education and Inclusion Project (LEIP) wins Project Oracle’s Annual Evidence Awards

A blog from I CAN CEO, Virginia Beardshaw. Congratulations to our partners Catch 22 for being one of the winners in the Project Oracle 2014 Annual Evidence Awards. The London Education and Inclusion Project (LEIP) is a shorter version of Catch 22’s Engage in Education (EiE) programme, which offers schools and academies a specialist service designed to increase the attendance …

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Engage in Education evaluation report

At the end of May the Engage in Education external evaluation report was released to accompany I CAN’s own evaluation of this programme. Key outcomes mentioned in the report included a reduction in fixed term exclusions, a 58% increase in young people’s attendance, and a 61% increase in their attainment. Around 65% of young people reported their communication skills had …

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A Reflection on Engage in Education by Su Vosper

Over the last two years I’ve been part of the I CAN team of advisors working on the Engage in Education project.   As a speech and language therapist, by background, it’s been a very different experience for me working closely with key workers and teaching staff to develop their practice whilst not working directly with the young people at risk …

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Engage in Education: helping young people with behaviour difficulties engage with secondary school

Unbelievably we are now coming to the end of our pilot phase of the Engage in Education programme, and what a busy and exciting 16 months we have had! The teams have worked hard through this hectic and snowy time of year creating the shape of Engage in Education for the future so that we have a choice of packages …

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Engage in Education update from a Communication Advisor

It’s hard to believe we’ve been delivering the Engage in Education programme pilot for a whole year. As with any similar programme 2011/12 has been full of changes and developments, with some challenges thrown in for good measure. Communication Advisors (CAs) have delivered training to their locality teams of key workers, volunteers, local project coordinators, and teachers. This has focused …

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