YGAM is currently pulling together our first annual review as a UK-registered charity. The annual review will show the steps we have taken to establish the charity; accreditations, quality-assurance marks and awards we have won; what we have achieved and an outline of our future work for the next twelve months. The annual review will also show our independently audited accounts. We are seeking to publish this annual review in June 2016 and will update this specific page with the key information from that review.
In addition, we will publish the URL link to the Charity Commission website on this page, where you will be able to download the full review.
We asked colleagues what motivated them to attend the YGAM train the trainer workshops?
Teachers said gambling / social gaming came up as a potential risk in their recent safeguarding and wellbeing student's survey.
Teachers said they were interested in behavioural addictions among young people.
Teachers said they were keen to deliver this as part of our PSHE curriculum.
Teachers said they don't do anything on gambling / social gaming in our PSHE curriculum, but do want to.
Teachers said they did consider this an important issue.
We asked colleagues, what learning have you gained from attending the workshop?
Ideas to deliver gambling-harm prevention workshops.
Confidence to deliver gambling-harm prevention workshops.
Greater knowledge of youth gambling in the UK.
Support agencies available for young people who are affected by gambling-related harm.
We asked colleagues whether they found the day useful, impacting and relevant?