The Seven objectivies of PAYP [Positive activities for young people] are to.......
Reduce crime and anti-social behaviour both in the short and long-term.
Support young people back into education or training and help them stay there,
by working with those at risk of truancy.
Ensure that young people are supported as they move from primary to secondary school.
Provide access to quality arts, sports and cultural activities, and allow those with an
interest and/or talent in any area to continue after the programme has ended.
Bring together young people from different geographical and ethnic communities
to help break down prejudice and misunderstanding.
Give young people opportunities for personal development, including the development
of self-discipline, self-respect and self-confidence, enabling them to communicate more
effectively with a range of people and work well in a team.
Encourage young people to contribute to their communities through volunteering
and active citizenship.
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Reference : Crime Concern. (2005). Positive activities for young people. Swindon: Crime Concern
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