THEME:

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THEME: YOUNG PEOPLE
VISION: To make Luton a place where all young people benefit from additional
opportunities and youth activities, and those most disadvantaged or vulnerable can
get specific help to address their challenges and reach their potential.
PRIORITY OUTCOMES:
1. Priority Outcome: Strengthening community cohesion and reducing anti-social
behaviour among young people
Area(s) of Intervention: Positive activities for all young people aged 10-25
years, especially those most at risk of disengagement
Evidence of Need:
 18,600 young people aged 13-19 in Luton, the priority age range for youth
work
 In 2012/13 only 19% of young people aged 13-19 years engaged with
youth work in the borough
 Youth crime and anti-social behaviour and the fear it causes is a growing
concern, especially in the north of the borough
Measures of Success:
 Participation and sustained involvement across the diversity of young
people from different communities and areas of Luton
 Evidence of young people engaged and influencing decision-making and
service delivery
 Levels of engagement in activities designed to challenge radicalisation,
extremism and anti-social behaviour
 Evidence of engaging with peer groups, parents and broader communities
to address youth issues at a community level
Interventions Required:
A key area of intervention will involve partnership work with YOS, police, schools and
local communities to engage those at risk of or involved in crime and anti-social
behaviour including radicalisation or extremism; and early help for young people in
areas of high concern/risk.
2. Priority Outcome: Providing positive activities for young people so that they are
healthy, safe and secure in their communities.
Area(s) of Intervention:
Positive activities for all young people aged 10-25 years, especially those most in
need and vulnerable
Evidence of Need:

19.6% of 16-17 year olds in care participated in youth services in 2012/13
Measures of Success:
 Participation and sustained involvement of young people in activities
 Participation of children and young people with disabilities
 Participation in activities to improve the health of young people including
teenage pregnancy and sexual health, reducing bullying, and reducing
substance and alcohol misuse
 Evidence from ‘outcome stars’ and other impact measurement tools of
increased personal and social development of young people.
Interventions Required:
Key areas of intervention will include: teenage pregnancy and sexual health;
reducing bullying; reducing substance and alcohol misuse; domestic violence; young
people with disabilities; children in care or at risk of care; counselling and support for
young people including those with mental health concerns.
3. Priority Outcome: Improving life and learning opportunities and raising
aspirations for young people to enhance their prospects for the future
Area(s) of Intervention: Positive activities for all young people aged 10-25
years, to raise their aspirations and engagement in life and learning opportunities
Evidence of Need:
Measures of Success:
 Numbers of young people participating in life skills and learning
opportunities including post-16 employment and training
 Evidence of raising aspiration and achievement in learning and life skills
Interventions Required:
Key areas of intervention will include mentoring / coaching; skills and work based
approaches especially with young people who are NEET; and targeted support to get
ready for jobs or further education.
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