15 – 20 years
Boys are more likely to be influenced by their male peer group which might devalue schoolwork and so put them at odds with academic achievement. (DFE 2007)
The final two life cycle points target those boys and young men who have disengaged from education, training and employment and are on the edges of anti social behaviour, crime, drug abuse, often all of these things, and facing multi deprivation. Their future life paths are likely to be lives of poverty, disadvantage, crime and/or prison.
Mental health project
Young fathers development projects