The first group of organisations to benefit from a £2.7 million pilot to deliver enrichment activities for young people has been announced.

The NCS Trust and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award were named as delivery partners for the governments Enrichment Partnerships Pilot (EPP) in November and have revealed the first 14 organisations to take part.

The grantees have been identified to benefit from bespoke support and fund a small number of staff to deliver positive impact activities.

In focused areas of England, around 200 secondary schools will soon have improved access to “quality enrichment activities” funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the Department for Education pilot.

The identified areas will benefit from a system change as part of the government’s Levelling Up agenda, according to DCMS.

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