Back on Track is an intensive year-long support and learning programme that is suitable for young people who are not attaining in, or attending school. The young people that are referred to us are from areas of urban deprivation and are often excluded and struggling to cope with a range of inter-related problems that affect their life-chances. The project runs twice weekly throughout the school year and we work with a maximum of 8 young people each day to ensure we are providing a safe and nurturing learning environment. During the programme young people can they work towards John Muir Discovery and Explorer Awards and can also gain certificates in tool safety. They learn how to grow, prepare and cook healthy food and learn essential life-skills to support their personal and social development and improve their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.