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Find out about Children and Young Peoples' views on Youth.
C4EO’s role is to support senior managers in local authorities, partner agencies
and schools to improve the lives of children, young people and families by providing
the best possible evidence of what works
The work on this theme was shaped and guided by a Theme Advisory Group.
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C4EO is publishing and will regularly update a range of resources on Youth. For
a more detailed description of each type of resource, see
The Youth summary is a concise and accessible overview of C4EO’s current work
in this theme for directors of children’s services.
The following resources are now available on Youth:
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As with all C4EO themes, C4EO recognises that not all useful knowledge about ‘what
works’ and why, is to be found in research reports and papers. We are therefore
keen to hear about practice that is leading to significantly improved outcomes for
children, young people and their families.
We will incorporate validated local practice examples into our full reviews on what
works, which will be shared with other decision-makers in the children’s services
field. We will also include them as a special body of evidence on this website.
To be validated, practice examples need to be supported by some evidence which shows
the outcomes and changes that have been achieved.
If you would like to submit an example of effective local practice, please:
Alternatively you can:
If you have any queries regarding validated local practice, please do not hesitate
to contact Monica Hetherington at NFER via
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See how local practice examples are making a difference
Youth Crime Prevention Plan and Restorative Justice in North East Lincolnshire
Introducing restorative approaches in children’s homes in order to reduce criminal convictions young people in local authority care.
Parenting Initiative at Court, Northumberland
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Suggest local practice examples
Positive Peers: capitalising on young people’s friendship groups, Tower Hamlets
Tackling teenage pregnancy by empowering teenage parents to deliver educational courses to their peers, Straight Talking Peer Education, Kingston-upon-Thames
Young Commissioners, Reading
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Youth Engagement Programme – ‘Your Next Move’ NEET Fair, Tower Hamlets
Labelled - a safe, supportive trading, training and enterprise environment for young people to thrive, Patchwork People CIC, Darlington
Involving young people in the commissioning cycle, Dorset
View all emerging local practice