"Unlocking prisoners' potential to be valued members of the community."
WE ARE CLIP
CREATIVE LEARNING IN PRISON
Our mission is to build a legacy that inspires prisoners to fully integrate into the community, reducing the likelihood of re-offending, and we believe that education within a safe and secure environment is one of the most important pillars of effective rehabilitation.
In recent decades we have seen huge changes in educational techniques. With the introduction of Creative Learning in Prison, more prisoners have been engaged in the learning of important skills with many prisoners attending the CLIP-funded activities motivated to take part in more formal education.
Improved work skills, vocational training and courses that address the causes of offending behaviour are all valuable investments in ensuring prisoners are prepared and are able to contribute in a way that is beneficial to society, once released.
The Board of CLIP
Ian Stokes (Chair), Andrew Ozanne (Member), David Matthews (Prison Governor), Dave Le Feuvre (Member and Head of Learning Skills at Guernsey Prison) and Lou Arkle (Member and Deputy Governor of Guernsey Prison)
Reoffending rates in 2016
England & Wales 45%
"Education should be at the heart of the prison system’"
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