Thirty Two Care Leavers and Thirty One Professional Advisors met at Lancaster University on 15th February to collaborate and work on future planning and the local offer for young people.

Young people had three different workshop sessions involving the use of Leapfrog Tools: Comms Stretcher which was adapted into an Aspiration Stretcher Tool, Comms Focus adapted into an Aspiration Focus Tool, and Feedback Cycle Request, which was used in its origional co-​designed form.

In the afternoon they worked with a team of University student ambassadors and members of the widening participation team to explore the campus and experience some of the new facilities at Lancaster Sports Centre. The day was directed by Lancaster Care Development and supported by two different university departments.