'Diversity meets complexity: supporting Armed Forces young people to thrive in post-16 education' is a research project exploring the experiences of 16-19 year olds from Armed Forces backgrounds.
Commissioned by the SCiP Alliance, with funding from a group of Uni Connect partnerships and the University of Winchester, the research is the first report to examine the educational experiences of Armed Forces young people aged 16-19 and explores how the post-16 education sector can best support these young people to achieve their potential.
The research, which has been led by The Centre for Education and Youth, brings together extensive consultation with leaders, practitioners, academics, and most importantly, young people themselves.
The research report was launched on the 2nd November in London. A recording of the event is now available for those unable to attend. Thank you to everyone who supported the event, including the panellists.