Case Studies / Youth

Dancing Student


As from Summer Year 10 serious concerns were expressed over DH’s attitude towards staff and his learning. He enjoys dancing and this impacts on his approach to his academic studies although he would like to attend college for Performing Arts following Year 11.


OS was referred due to his lack of engagement in his academic provision, attributed to his behaviour and attitude to learning.
Studying Students


JJ is in year 10 and started the project in October 2013. Since starting the project JJ has shown a substantial improvement in his attitude to learning, his behaviour in and out of school and has also improved his attendance.
Economics and Business


JH began work with Capitalise in March 2013. His behaviour has improved dramatically and the school have removed him from the list of pupils who may have required alternative education.
Air Stewardess


CS began work with the Project Worker in February 2013. She now has a place on a course in College to do Travel and Tourism, with the long term goal of becoming an Air Stewardess.
Steven - Gwasg Pia


3SC assisted Steven in finding full-time employment through the use of the Jobs Growth Wales scheme. This positioned him with a 26-week period in which his wages were funded.


Amy is a participant on the Jobs Growth Wales Scheme with The Matrix Advantage. Throughout her time working there she has contributed towards new and innovative ideas such as the implementation of the designing T-Shirts project.
Mind Pembrokeshire - Laura


Laura was hired by Mind Pembrokeshire through the Jobs Growth Wales Scheme. Laura has found the experience and skills developed invaluable.
Talent Match - Hannah


Hannah joined onto Talent Match after being informed how it can aid her alongside her time at College. She has since taken part in a variety of different activities which has led to improvement in reading, confidence and social experiences. She found the exercises very helpful and it has assisted her when she was finding things hard.
Harriet, Lucy and Bhavia


Harriet Horne, Lucy Richards and Bhavia Perushotharmen were employed by Unitalk through the Jobs Growth Wales scheme.
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