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

Download our Annual YPI Report 2018-19

Schools involved

10 Schools Involved 5

Year one – 2008/09 | 10

10 Schools Involved 22

Year five – 2012/13 | 80

10 Schools Involved 65

Year 10 – 2017/18 | 231

10 Schools Involved 77

Year 12 – 2019/20 | 275 (forecast)

Local Authorities involved

10 Schools Involved 7

Year one – 2008/09 | 2

10 Schools Involved 37

Year five – 2012/13 | 12

10 Schools Involved 100

Year 10 – 2017/18 | 32

10 Schools Involved 100

Year 12 – 2019/20 | 32

YPI Grants

10 Schools Involved 5

Year one – 2008/09 | £30,000

10 Schools Involved 22

Year five – 2012/13 | £240,000

10 Schools Involved 65

Year 10 – 2017/18 | £693,000

10 Schools Involved 75

Year 12 – 2019/20 | £825,000 (forecast)

Total Grants committed at year end

2019/20: £4.8 million (forecast)

Students engaged

10 Schools Involved 5

Year one – 2008/09 | 1237

10 Schools Involved 22

Year five – 2012/13 | 10,500

10 Schools Involved 65

Year 10 – 2017/18 | 30,500

10 Schools Involved 75

Year 12 – 2019/20 | 38,500 (forecast)

Total Students engaged at year end

2019/20: 212,100 (forecast)