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Aiming High for Disabled Children

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Aiming High: 10 Year Youth Strategy for Young People (2007) sets out the Government’s plans to help all young people, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, to take part in enjoyable and purposeful activities in their free time. Developed in response to new evidence that participation can help the development of social and emotional skills, and to address a clear demand from young people for greater access to activities, the strategy makes 55 commitments focusing on increasing young people’s participation in positive leisure-time activities.

Designed to develop new skills and raise aspirations, the strategy will ensure that young people:
• are empowered to have a say in the creation of services and in local funding decisions
• can easily find out about local things to do and places to go, and are motivated to use the new and improved activities and facilities on offer
• have access to services of an excellent quality, delivered by a diverse and professional workforce who are valued and supported to develop the skills to make a difference for young people  


Area: Swindon Local Authority x 137,
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Web: https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DCSF-00519-2008

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