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Like all young people, children and young people in or leaving care have their own needs, interests and motivations to learn.
They need access to a range of learning provisions that provide access to appropriate pathways and enables them to develop the skills they need to lead full, active and independent lives as young workers, parents and citizens.
During 2016, the Learning and Work Institute worked in partnership with Welsh Government to develop a resource for providers across the learning and skills sector, including further education institutions, work based learning providers, higher education institutions and youth, adult and community learning services – all of whom have a key role to play in enabling children and young people in or leaving care to achieve their potential.
Raising aspirations and pre-entry outreach
Application, entry and induction
Monitoring outcomes and impact
In this resource, you will find examples of good practice and reflective questions to assess current performance, in each of these areas. This will enable individual providers to set their own SMART targets for the future development of their provision and support for children and young people in or leaving care.
This resource supports the ambitions of the ‘Raising the ambitions and educational attainment of children who are looked after’ strategy and Welsh Government’s commitment to securing good outcomes for all looked after children and young people.