Less than a third of young people told about alternatives to degrees at school

New research by AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) has revealed that not enough is being done to educate young people about alternatives to university – meaning billions could be being wasted on tuition fees each year as a result.  The nationally representative study of 2,000 people found that only 29% of

Apprentices supporting schools to offer more physical activity opportunities

Driven by a passion to help young people to be happy, healthy and active, the team at Liverpool School Sports Partnership (LSSP) are all too aware that young people play an instrumental role in inspiring those around them to be physically active.   Through the physical activity apprenticeships that LSSP offers in

First of its kind new ‘Youth and Community’ Degree launches

Youth and community work has been hit hard by the triple threat of austerity, Brexit and COVID-19 - but a new university degree could prepare professionals to help repair the damage.  A new BA degree in ‘Youth Work and Community Development’ has been unveiled by Liverpool Hope University, with applications now

Making choices post-16

For most Year 11 students, the beginning of 2022 will bring a period of serious contemplation and even some uncertainty making choices post-16 and about what road they should take if they are to stay in full-time education. After a lifetime of guidance from schools and parents, this time can be