An insight into our ongoing delivery as the Voluntary Sector Strategic Partner for Staffordshire County Council’s transformation programme for children, young people and families.
Our Children and Young People Annual Census report is compiled using data provided by our member organisations. It provides an overview of their organisational profile and engagement of children and young people in positive activities or support during the period 1st April 2022 to 31st March 2023.
Research commissioned by the Staffordshire Commissioner's Proceeds of Crime Fund to understand the perceived growth in knife crime including the reasons why a young person might choose to carry a bladed weapon.
A consultation commissioned by the Staffordshire Commissioner's Office to better understand young people's perceptions of violence and safety in their local community and online, including violence against women and girls.
Part 1 of a three part engagement project commissioned by Staffordshire County Council and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs regarding the development of a proposed Keyworker role, aimed at supporting children and young people with Autism and/or a disability.
Part 2: Report evidencing the health systems response to the initial findings and recommendations from children and young people on the new Autism+ Keyworker role. The evidence was provided by frontline keyworkers and their managers.
Part 3: Report to understand the impact of the Autism+ Keyworker role on some of the children, young people and families who received that support. Also identifies how the role could be developed and enhanced moving forwards.
Research commissioned by East Staffordshire Local Strategic Partnership (LSP), to understand how youth provision has evolved and what the future might look like.
Research commissioned by East Staffordshire LSP to understand the perceived growth in knife crime, including the reasons why a young person might choose to carry a bladed weapon.