Support for young people continues during lockdown
Young People’s Learning Provision (YPLP) continues to provide support to young people throughout COVID-19 crisis.
YPLP, a part of Lincolnshire County Council Children’s Services directorate, deliver bespoke Educational Study Programmes for young people aged 16-24, with varied needs and abilities, preparing them for work and future independence.
London Road Pavilion in Louth is the base for Louth’s YPLP weekly sessions. Sessions run two days a week, where usually 17 young people attend. London Road Pavilion is managed by Magna Vitae Trust for Leisure and Culture, one of the main providers within East Lindsey offering state of the art sports facilities.
Emma Bird, Team Leader from YPLP said “We are grateful for all our frontline workers who are still going into site and to Magna Vitae for their commitment to help us to continue to support these young people. The service is still running, and we are offering everything we were previously. It is key to some of our learners that we provide continuity and consistency in this unsettling time.
“The young learners are continuing with their mathematics and English, as well as walking around the grounds for their daily exercise in accordance with the social distancing guidelines. There is a lot of scope at London Road Pavilion, and it allows us to abide by the current Government guidelines while ensuring all our frontline staff and learners are kept safe.”
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