Endeavour seeks youth referrals to Back on Track and Outdoor Activity programmes

Endeavour is seeking referrals to its programmes geared at NEET individuals and those at risk of exclusion.

The Sheffield youth charity’s suite of activity includes its Back on Track intervention for individuals who are struggling to engage with education or employment.

Endeavour also offers outdoor educational activity for young people between the ages of 4 and 25 who are SEND, excluded or at risk of exclusion, at risk of youth violence and/or generally inactive.

Full details on the programmes can be downloaded via the links below the summary table.

Current Programmes Table

ProjectFunderDates (left to run)ActivityOutputs
Back on TrackESFSep 20 – May 21Short intervention programme to re-engage learners who are NEET or at danger of NEET in education and provide them with advice and guidance on next steps. Team building communication and challenge activities, work-based learning and post 16 provider visits, CV and application session, learner feedback form, continued contact until next step entered or programme end.169 NEET (or in danger of NEET) Y11s
Back on TrackCECSep 20 – Mar 21Short intervention programme to re-engage GRT and SEND learners in future employment avenues and provide them with advice and guidance on next steps. Produce 6-8 films, Develop Roma/ SEND Pack, Deliver: Education Employment Sessions, Career Planning Session, Corporate Mentoring Sessions65 Y10 & Y11 GRT65 Y10 – 25 years old SEND
Outdoor Education SessionsChildren in NeedSep 20 – Sep 23This three-year project will support children and young people who have additional needs or who are at risk of school exclusion. It will deliver outdoor activities and leadership programmes. It will improve relationships, safety, and empowerment. All YP to take part in Induction, Outdoor Ed and Progression elements.220 10-15 year olds80 16-18 year oldsSpecial needs, excluded or at risk of exclusion.
Outdoor Education SessionsSport EnglandSep 20 – Sep 21Provide a programme of climbing, abseiling and team exercises that will get young people active.10 0-13 year olds90 14-25 year oldsExcluded or at risk of exclusion, risk of youth violence AND generally inactive.Age range can be extended upwards.
Outdoor Education SessionsVARSep 20 – Mar 21Provide a programme of climbing, abseiling and team exercises that will get young people active.96 disadvantaged young people and families from Rotherham
Youth Participation WorkAwards for All, #IWill, Clarion HousingJan 20 – Sep 21Support 4 teams of 10 young people to become leaders within, and ambassadors for, their communities. The programmes will provide young people with funding and resources to volunteer and/or to design and deliver social action projects to support themselves, their peers and their wider communities. Programmes last for 6 or 12 months depending on the funder. 40 proactive young people from Burngreave and the surrounding areas.
Personal DevelopmentHLFSep 20 – Mar 21Deliver outdoor activities, personal development and employability sessions, focussed on the Peak District and on skills that enable young people to work therein, to young disadvantaged young people.24 14-24 year olds NEET (or in danger of NEET)

Further information

Download the documents below for further information on Endeavour’s Back on Track and Extracurricular Outdoor Activity Programmes.