The PL Inspires project engaged with 40 participants throughout the calendar year, 26 boys, 11 girls and 3 non-binaries. 765 delivery hours to run both wellbeing and mentoring sessions for participants.
A total of 360 risk factors identified with 415 pupils from 4 different schools in the region provided with mental health awareness lessons from the PL Inspires project.
For young people aged 16-19, the Community Trust provide a traineeship, which is a 12-week work placement and includes functional skills English and Maths as qualifications. A total of 55 learners received in class and online support so they could sit their GCSE or functional skills English and or Maths.
128 teachers supported the project during their PE lessons throughout the minimum of 1 half term. 450 children received targeted interventions in PSHE, Maths or English.
180 children completed a social action project to raise awareness on a topic they were passionate about and inspire change, whilst 56 teachers engaged in CPD workshops.
The Trust has had 19 partner schools delivering the project during 2021, resulting in 3,700 children being engaged throughout the calendar year.