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1. Lady Albemarle's Boys

By Ray Gosling A Young Fabian publication, January 1961 An autobiography by Ray Gosling. Part of the National Youth Bureau series "Twelve Documents of Historical…
Author: National Youth Bureau 1982

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By Ray Gosling A Young Fabian publication, January 1961 An autobiography by Ray Gosling. Part of the National Youth Bureau series "Twelve Documents of Historical Importance"


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2. Learning Country: A Paving Document

Bilingual document outlining the National Assembly's Education and Lifelong Learning programme up to 2010. It emphasises the needs of learners and the elimination of barriers…
Author: National Assembly for Wales 2001

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Bilingual document outlining the National Assembly's Education and Lifelong Learning programme up to 2010. It emphasises the needs of learners and the elimination of barriers to participation.


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3. Learning Country: Learning Pathways 14-19 - A consultation response by the Wales Youth Agency

Wales Youth Agency response to consultation welcomes this significant Welsh Assembly Government document. In recognising the importance of all young people within the wider economic and…
Author: Wales Youth Agency 2003

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Wales Youth Agency response to consultation welcomes this significant Welsh Assembly Government document. In recognising the importance of all young people within the wider economic and social agenda of Wales, WYA stresses that community-based non-formal learning must be promoted as having a valid and valued place alongside formal learning and work related vocational learning.


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4. Learning Country: Vision into Action

Successor to 2001 'Learning Country' document, this sets out the Assembly's vision for the future of learners. 'The Learning Country: Vision into Action' outlines the strategy and…
Author: Welsh Assembly Government 2007

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Successor to 2001 'Learning Country' document, this sets out the Assembly's vision for the future of learners. 'The Learning Country: Vision into Action' outlines the strategy and priorities that will be taken forward over the next few years.


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5. Learning is for Everyone (LIFE) - CWVYS response to Welsh Office Green Paper

Learning is for Everyone (LIFE) Introduction This paper gives the Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services' response to the Welsh Office Green Paper- "Learning…
Author: CWVYS 1998

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Learning is for Everyone (LIFE) Introduction This paper gives the Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services' response to the Welsh Office Green Paper- "Learning is for Everyone" (LIFE). The Council is a national umbrella organisation representing 30 national voluntary youth organisations in Wales. The growing demand for Welsh language youth services is one that many voluntary youth organisations cannot respond to.


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6. Learning is for Everyone (LIFE) - Wales Youth Agency Response to Welsh Office Green Paper

Author: Wales Youth Agency 1998

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7. Learning Pathways 14-19 Guidance: Circular 37/2004

This guidance aims to provide details about how Learning Pathways 14-19 will work in practice to benefit young people, the economy and communities in Wales.…
Author: National Assembly for Wales 2004

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This guidance aims to provide details about how Learning Pathways 14-19 will work in practice to benefit young people, the economy and communities in Wales. It builds on the Action Plan 2003 and is part of a series which will continue to build on the experience and expertise of all concerned.


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8. LearningCountry: Learning Pathways 14-19 Consultation Document

The aim of this document is to consult on the Welsh Assembly Government’s proposals for the future shape of the 14-19 phase of learning in…
Author: Welsh Assembly Government 2002

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The aim of this document is to consult on the Welsh Assembly Government’s proposals for the future shape of the 14-19 phase of learning in Wales with the target of “95 per cent of young people ready for high skill employment or higher education by 2015” 


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9. Level of Voluntary Sector Service Provision in South East Newport

MA Dissertation. The purpose of the study was to determine the level of voluntary sector service provision for children, young people and families in South East…
Author: Christine Thomas, University of South Wales 2014

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MA Dissertation.

The purpose of the study was to determine the level of voluntary sector service provision for children, young people and families in South East Newport and to seek to identify any gaps in that provision. The study was undertaken as an internship within the Families First programme in Newport supported by the One Newport Local Service Board (LSB). The results will inform the LSB’s Neighbourhood Working Model.

Therefore this study, which is limited to provision relating only to children, young people and families in the geographical area of South East Newport (comprising the wards of Alway, Ringland and Lliswerry) presents the findings of an audit of voluntary sector provision within those limitations.

In order to address the key objectives of the research a combination of surveys, semi-structured interviews and focus groups was conducted between June and October 2013. Questionnaires were administered to two groups: service providers and residents in the pilot area. Three focus groups were conducted with adults, whilst 20 focus groups were conducted with 189 children and young people between the ages of 4 and 15 years from schools across the pilot area. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with adults at Summer Fun Day events.

It was concluded that a substantial level of service provision already exists in the pilot area, but that there are gaps in provision and barriers to access which need to be addressed. Despite this, enthusiasm to participate was high and should be encouraged. There could be merit in exploring the potential of the themes which emerged in an attempt to nurture this interest in engagement. The study confirms the need to increase the range and level of service provision in South East Newport and that children, young people and families would benefit from improvements and enhancements to existing services. 


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10. Lifelong Learning - A Youth Service Response

Author: Unknown

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