Developing quality youth clubs
Youth clubs can benefit young people so much – if they’re run well
At Ambition we aim to provide our members with the support, resources and information they need to help ensure they can deliver youth work of the highest quality.
On this page we've included links to a range of useful documents and reports to help do this.
Developed to help voluntary and community sector organisations working with children and young people understand and engage with quality work through guidance, good practice and links to resources. Features Ambition’s own quality standard, Ambition Quality.
The first ever attempt to assess the impact and value of the sport for development sector across a range of social policy outcomes. (February 2013)
Research around the wellbeing of young people, measuring how confident and happy they feel about their lives and their futures across a variety of areas.
Tips for commissioners on providing services for young people through consortia of local voluntary organisations. (October 2012)
The Youth Voice Vehicle Self Assessment Report (July-August 2012).
93% said their youth club was a safe place to go in their community
71% said their youth club helped their career development
1000 young people took part in our arts and environment projects