Our Research and Reports
Welcome to the No5 report series. Our reports aim to provide valuable insights and information on various topics related to young people’s mental health, helping to educate and inform individuals, communities and organisations about the latest developments and best practices.
No5 Research and Reports
No5 Young People Restart Youth Report
This report details the key themes and findings from our in-depth conversations with young people.
Reducing the Risk of Permanent Exclusion from School 2020-23 Impact Report
In 2019, No5 was awarded funding from the Berkeley Foundation’s ’Skills for Positive Futures’ fund to address issues relating to increasing school exclusions in Reading.
With this, No5 devised an Inclusion Support project which put young people’s stories at its centre and has delivered 1:1 support along with a creative expressive Summer Transitions project, all with the aim of reducing each young person’s risk of permanent exclusion from school.
Summer Transitions 2023 Impact Report
In 2022, No5 developed a project in partnership with Rabble Theatre and Music Box Productions to provide creative opportunities for young people who were struggling with school, likely to struggle with their next academic transition, or at risk of exclusion. In its second year, the project supported 20 young people.
Summer Transitions 2022-2023 Impact Report
In 2022, No5 developed a project in partnership with Rabble Theatre and Music Box Productions to provide creative opportunities for young people who were struggling with school, likely to struggle with their next academic transition, or at risk of exclusion. In its first year, the project supported 33 young people.
6 Month Impact Report - 2023
This report details the impact of our work in the first 6 months of 2023.
1 Year On From Signing The Power Of Youth Charter
In May 2022, we signed the Power of Youth Charter and outlined our commitments to Youth Social Action.
1 year on from signing the charter, we wanted to share and celebrate how we have been meeting these commitments!
Mental Health Workshops – 2022 Impact Report
No5 delivers Mental Health Workshops to young people in Reading, with the aim to educate, support and build self-awareness around issues they face today.
The Impact of Covid-19 Final Report
In the last few weeks and months, many reports have been published by large, national organisations about the impact that COVID-19 and the lockdown have had on our young people.