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Brighter Futures

Brighter Futures Project

Opportunity to WIN up to £250 in vouchers!

If you are aged 14-24 and studying in Haringey Borough, this survey is for you! If you are under 16, you need permission from a parent/guardian to participate in this survey. Please get their consent before starting.

The survey will run from 20th May 2024 to 20th July 2024 and should take around 7-10 minutes to complete.

We appreciate you taking the time to do this survey. The questions on this survey have been co-produced and designed by Haringey students, who received training as Community Peer Researchers, and key stakeholders. The purpose of the questionnaire is to evaluate the use and effectiveness of the career guidance provided by schools and colleges in Haringey. Your feedback will contribute to improving career support for local young pople, ultimately helping to shape their future careers.

By completing this survey you can be entered into a prize draw. The prizes are:

1. £250 voucher for multiple shops

2. £150 voucher for multiple shops

3. £100 voucher for multiple shops

If you would like to be entered for the prize draw, please enter your name and email/number at the end of the survey. The winners will be informed by the first week of August 2024. You will be contacted only if you win.

Click the button below to complete the survey!

About the Project

NLPC Ltd and Consortium Partner Organisations (Harris Academy Tottenham, Mind in Haringey, Haringey Council) have formed this partnership to deliver the Brighter Futures programme, funded by the Youth Futures Foundation (an independent not-for-profit organisation working to improve employment outcomes for young people from marginalised backgrounds), through its Connected Futures Fund.

Brighter Futures Project partners are undertaking an integrated research/consultation on the effectiveness, impact, and the application of the Gatsby Benchmarks (framework for career provisions in schools and colleges, enriched in statutory guidance) to respond to the needs of pupils within the East of Haringey Borough. The work is based on a youth-led/co-designed, stakeholder-inclusive, multi-agency approach focused on early intervention by examining the use, effectiveness, and impact of the Gatsby Benchmarks in schools/colleges, emphasising employment/enterprise offers for young people.

Brighter Futures (1000 x 350 px) (1)

Key elements:

1. Schools/Colleges: a review of the implementation of the Gatsby Benchmarks across the schools within the target area, including extensiveness, resource implications, integration to wider regeneration, stakeholder involvement, gaps and good practice;

2. Pupils review: a peer-to-peer review of uptake in schools and colleges, such as effectiveness, gaps, good practice, employer engagements, pupil recommendations;

3. Stakeholder review: a wider review of stakeholder involvement with the school’s career provision and link to the Gatsby Benchmarks

4. Models of good practice.

Update Brighter Futures project 22.05.2024
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