Developing Young People in Scotland

/Developing Young People in Scotland
Developing Young People in Scotland2018-10-08T17:00:05+00:00
YPI Scotland
STV Appeal

The Wood Foundation is committed to managing, supporting and funding programmes which develop the next generation of contributors to the social and economic fabric of Scotland and the wider world.

To date, our ‘Developing Young People in Scotland’ strand of activity has engaged hundreds of thousands of young people from each of the country’s 32 local authority regions.

Our proactively identified programmes deliver systemic, lifelong impact in areas such as global and local citizenship, philanthropy, enterprise and employability

skills, educational engagement and opportunities for meaningful STEM learning, as well as alleviating child and youth poverty.

We work with schools, providing cross-curricular programmes which meet, and exceed, educational objectives.

Supporting the Next Generation

9.1 million

Spent/committed to financial year end 2016 on Developing Young People in Scotland programmes

70%

The proportion of Scottish Secondary Schools now delivering YPI

18,000 Scottish Students

Scotland-based teachers who have taken part in GLP

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