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Schools involved

10 Schools Involved 7

2008/09 | 10

10 Schools Involved 17

2009/10 | 24

10 Schools Involved 28

2010/11 | 40

10 Schools Involved 38

2011/12 | 54

10 Schools Involved 56

2012/13 | 80

10 Schools Involved 75

2013/14 | 108

10 Schools Involved 85

2014/15 | 143

10 Schools Involved 90

2015/16 | 195

10 Schools Involved 93

2016/17 | 207

10 Schools Involved 95

2017/18 | 231

10 Schools Involved 97

2018/19 | 255 (forecast)

Local Authorities involved

10 Schools Involved 7

2008/09 | 2

10 Schools Involved 13

2009/10 | 3

10 Schools Involved 16

2010/11 | 4

10 Schools Involved 29

2011/12 | 7

10 Schools Involved 50

2012/13 | 12

10 Schools Involved 75

2013/14 | 18

10 Schools Involved 85

2014/15 | 24

10 Schools Involved 95

2015/16 | 31

10 Schools Involved 95

2016/17 | 31

10 Schools Involved 100

2017/18 | 32

10 Schools Involved 100

2018/19 | 32

YPI Grants

10 Schools Involved 10

2008/09 | £30,000

10 Schools Involved 17

2009/10 | £72,000

10 Schools Involved 28

2010/11 | £120,000

10 Schools Involved 38

2011/12 | £162,000

10 Schools Involved 56

2012/13 | £240,000

10 Schools Involved 75

2013/14 | £324,000

10 Schools Involved 80

2014/15 | £429,000

10 Schools Involved 85

2015/16 | £585,000

10 Schools Involved 88

2016/17 | £621,000 

10 Schools Involved 92

2017/18 | £693,000

10 Schools Involved 97

2018/19 | £765,000 (forecast)

Total Grants committed at year end

2018/19: £4 million (forecast)

Students engaged

10 Schools Involved 7

2008/09 | 1237

10 Schools Involved 15

2009/10 | 2968

10 Schools Involved 27

2010/11 | 4948

10 Schools Involved 37

2011/12 | 6681

10 Schools Involved 58

2012/13 | 10,500

10 Schools Involved 79

2013/14 | 14,485

10 Schools Involved 85

2014/15 | 18,220

10 Schools Involved 90

2015/16 | 26,100

10 Schools Involved 92

2016/17 | 26,200 

10 Schools Involved 95

2017/18 | 30,500

10 Schools Involved 97

2018/19 | 34,000 (forecast)

Total Students engaged at year end

2018/19: 175,800 (forecast)

Monitoring & Evaluation Statistics

100

100% Teachers report positive impact on students’ key employability skills including communication, presentation and teamwork skills

99

99% Teachers report positive impact on students’ confidence levels

97

99% Teachers report that students are more able to identify and describe social issues within their community as a result of YPI

70

70% Students have remained engaged with their charities after completing the YPI programme

YPI Scotland has been recognised in 12 HMIE Reports as an example of best practice

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