“Our goal is to tackle the increasing number of school exclusions in England, head-on, by delivering our diversionary Arts and educational programme, ‘Innit‘.
The ‘Innit‘ programme includes young people visiting a real theatre to experience an exhilarating production of ‘Innit Musical‘, along with the added-value of taking part in a wraparound drama-therapeutical workshop and fully tailored curriculum.
The ‘Innit‘ programme has been developed by educational specialists who have worked closely with young people to design resources that are accessible to ALL young people aged 12 – 15, in England. Young people are always at the heart of I4YPC’S projects and are always consulted and treated as equals.
‘Innit’ is a significant, impactful cultural and diversionary activity; specifically designed with and for audiences that are most at-risk of exclusion and that educationalists and theatres continually struggle to engage.” – Micky Dacks, CEO
WE WANT TO:
- Influence young people to participate in society and lead pro-social lives
- Discourage young people from committing crime, especially knife-related crimes
- Encourage young people to engage in their Secondary, Higher and Further education
- Advance young people towards achieving long-term goals
OUR VISION OF SUCCESS:
I4YPC believes that through campaigning, training and education and by reaching our target audiences of young people through our ‘Innit‘ programme, we can break the negative cycle of exclusion, by inspiring and encouraging young people to engage in and acquire their education, build themselves a sense of self-worth and achievement, and be dissuaded and prevented from entering into the Criminal Justice System.