Skip to main content

The back on track alternative provision pilots Final report

The overarching aim of this research was to develop insights from the 12 specifically funded projects as part of the Back on Track pilot programme to investigate what can work in alternative provision, how and for whom, in order to advance understandings and inform future policy and practice. To achieve this, the study focused on developing knowledge through the varying experiences of the Back on Track pilots in relation to:

  • the structure, content and operation of the alternative provision pilot projects
  • the key ingredients of delivery that lead to effective alternative provision in the pilot projects
  • the outcomes, impacts and achievements of the alternative provision pilot projects.