Plymouth 14-25 Network Case Study

The 14-25 Network was established in Plymouth in recognition of the need to promote the Preparing for Adulthood agenda. Since June 2014, the forum has become established as the primary mechanism to both grow and share best practice amongst stakeholders from across the city.

Three network events run each year and representatives from the parent/carer forum, young persons’ forum, special schools, Post-16 providers, school SENCOs as well as representatives from charities working with young people and youth services attend.

A significant benefit of the network approach is how feedback is now being used to drive forward local area strategy.

Tags: Local Offer, Partnership & Joint Commissioning, Case Study, Best Practice

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