This series of in-school workshops can be delivered and tailored to meet the teaching and learning needs of your students. They can be offered as either an off-timetable school day or within existing PSHE/citizenship lessons. Activities can be delivered to whole year groups apart from our Year 7 Campus Challenge where priority will be given to students from under-represented groups.
|What are my options?||KS3||Campus challenge||KS3||Next steps||KS4|
|Through the use of a workbook students reflect on their GCSE/ BTEC options to help them access HE in the future and think about different careers.||A hands-on innovative introduction to university life, students discover the benefits of accessing HE through creating their own university.||Through the use of a workbook students learn how to research the next steps after school and consider various options to continue their Higher Education journey to university and beyond.|
|Facilitating independence||KS5||Access to HE||KS5||Student funding & finance||KS5|
|Students learn about student life and independence; to include funding and budgeting, clubs and societies, self-guided study and maximising library resources.||A ‘how to’ guide on access to HE, researching universities and courses, and providing an up-to-date overview of Personal Statements, UCAS and Student Finance England websites.||Through practical exercises students find out how student finance and funding works, what they may be eligible for and how to apply for funding.|