About the programme
The Central Outreach and Widening Participation Team at Warwick offers a variety of activities for our 25 Partner Schools in Coventry and Warwickshire to support learners in their journey to access Higher Education (HE). We aim to demystify the academic world of university life as well as offer impartial information, advice and guidance (IAG) enabling learners to make informed decisions at key milestones in their school career. Our outreach offer has been tailored to help local schools/colleges support the progression of learners whose peers and family have limited knowledge or experience of HE.
Outreach Officer (Experience Warwick)
Phone: 02476 150612
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•Students eligible for Free School Meals/Pupil Premium
•Students living in areas of high deprivation and low participation rates to accessing HE
•Students with disabilities
•Students who are or have been in local authority care.
-Avon Valley School and Performing Arts College
-Aylesford School and Sixth Form College
-Barr's Hill School and Community College
-Cardinal Newman Catholic School
-Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School and Language College
-Ernesford Grange Community Academy
-Foxford School and Community Arts College
-The George Eliot School
-Grace Academy Coventry
-Harris C of E Academy
-Lyng Hall School
-Nicholas Chamberlaine Technology College
-North Leamington School
-President Kennedy School
-Shipston High School
-Sidney Stringer Academy
-Stoke Park School and Community Technology College
-The Coleshill School
-The Nuneaton Academy
-The Queen Elizabeth Academy
-The Westwood Academy
-Trinity Catholic School
-West Coventry Academy
A series of presentations/workshops to help dispel common myths about the UCAS process, timescales, personal statements, effective reference writing, understanding student funding and making finance applications.
On-Campus Teachers' Conference
An opportunity for professionals to network adn exchange ideas in an inspiring learning environment. Practitioners will hear from and learn new skills from academics, teachers and admissions advisers.
A presentation to help parents and carers understand how GCSE options made in Year 8/9 or Year 11 can impact access to HE.
We provide an overview of the UCAS website and online application, including information on how to support the application through the process and tips on writing a personal statement
We help parents and carers understand tuition fees, funding and the Student Finance England application process. We also identify the costs of living as a student and how to encourage budgeting and independence.
Through the use of a workbook students reflect on their GCSE/BTEC options to help them access Higher Education (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.
Arriving at Warwick, students hear about university life from current students and have an opportunity to experience a campus-style university. Students then meet academics, take part in mini subject lectures and discover the vast resources in the Library.
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 (HE) journey to university and beyond.
An introduction to university life exploring the differences between school and Higher Education. This session is led by current undergraduate students from the university.
A series of bite-sized workshops to help students prepare for and make the most of their university experience. To add independent study skills, giving presentations, enhancing interview techniques, effective research and note taking.