Enrichment programmes support the development of positive relationships and young offender’s re-engagement with learning that are essential in supporting them towards a positive future after release from custody.
Our high-quality creative arts enrichment and Personal and Social Development (PSD) programmes and courses support children’s health and wellbeing, help to develop their self-knowledge and self-confidence, improve interpersonal skills and relationships, and ultimately help to improve lives. Importantly, they provide a positive and enjoyable learning experience that can help engage children with the education they receive in custody.
Enrichment & Engagement Activities For Youth Offenders
We provide innovative, inclusive, specialist enrichment programmes, courses and events, delivered by our specialist, passionate and committed team. Our approach strengthens bonds with families, friends and significant others wherever possible and we promote inclusive, collaborative learning.
Our arts programmes, sports programmes, courses, initiatives and opportunities for children in custody include a unique collaboration with the Tate’s Tate Exchange programme and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme, as well as drama, literature and other programmes delivered in partnership with national, regional and local organisations and charities across the country.
All Novus Engagement and Enrichment provision is designed and delivered to support and enhance educational, training and employment attainment and create the foundations to support children towards a positive future.