Our latest data In summer 2020, the third set of young people finished their two-year WLZ programmes. COVID-19 meant we couldn’t collect all data, and school closures mean our data can’t be directly compared to previous years. This has made it difficult to track our impact journey and will continue to be a challenge in the months ahead. Nonetheless, the social and emotional wellbeing of the young people on our programme during this time still suggests our programme had a positive impact, and we are continuing to focus hard on improving our academic support going forward to meet that need. Creating a social, emotional and academic SEA change We measure 3 main outcomes: Social, Emotional and Academic. That’s how well young people are getting on with their peers and the adults around them, their levels of emotional wellbeing and confidence and their maths and English results. We only note below the progress of each child who was initially at risk in each area. ‘Meeting outcome’ in social and emotional means moving out of risk, in academics it means that the child is back on track to achieve age-related expectations at the end of their setting (end of primary or secondary school). Our 2020 results The below graphs show only the mid-programme 2019 data for English and maths as no end-point measurements were taken due to summer 2020 lockdown. Outcomes framework These results show their improvement against the West London Zone outcomes framework. For more information about how we use data and feedback to refine our programme and increase our impact see p.43-44 in our 2016-20 Impact Report.