As the national body for youth work in England, NYA is undertaking a national census of all youth provision and out of school activities. This is the first time such an ambitious project has been attempted.
What is the Census for?
There are lots of great youth services, charities, community groups and others providing much needed support for young people across England. We just don’t know where you all are, what you do and what help is needed. Why does this matter? The Census will give us the essential information to invest in young people and out of school activities. It will inform policy-makers, service providers and funders as part of Covid-recovery and over the long term, to provide resources, training and opportunities across communities.
We asked all organisations and groups who deliver or support youth services and out of school activities to take part. They provide places to go and things to do, to have fun and learn new skills, and services which support particular needs; with youth workers and volunteers who advise, guide and help create opportunities with young people.
Census submissions are now closed, thank you to all organisations and groups who completed their entry.
National Youth Sector Census Map
We are developing a digital map to allow better visualisation and searching of the census data. As our data improves, so will the map – click below to access the BETA version
National Youth Sector Census: First Report
Click below to read our report
Register your Interest
If you missed out on providing a Census return but want to register your interest in taking part later in the year, please complete the form below.
The National Youth Sector Census has been supported by Youth Futures Foundation, Local Government Association (LGA), and The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.