Summer 2022 GCSE results show a young person’s future continues to be largely dependent on their background.
Education and employment in prison plays a critical role in reducing reoffending.
Read Nacro’s response to the review of post-16 qualifications.
We submitted evidence to this inquiry due to our experience in successfully supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in further education.
Read Nacro’s response to the SEND review.
Our response to this call for evidence is based on the experiences of our staff and the young people they support.
Too many young people are being held back from achieving their potential, unable to gain the skills that they need to achieve what they want with their lives.
Education and training in prisons are often considered to be primarily focused on improving the employability of people in prison, and therefore contributes to a reduction in reoffending.
Read the Nacro response to the education in prison inquiry by the education select committee.
See our identity lens toolkit for constructive working with children in the justice system.