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Warwick Bright Stars


About the Programme

Our goal is to help schools inspire the scientists, artists and teachers of tomorrow as well as provide teachers with the hook that will spark their pupils’ curiosity. We want to give pupils the confidence to explore new subjects and discuss their ideas. We offer in-school modules and campus visits led by our friendly Warwick students.

SIGN UP IS NOW CLOSED for the Warwick Bright Stars programme modules and campus days. Please contact us if you have any questions.


Marie Diebolt

Outreach Officer

Phone: 02476 573 555


Key Facts

The key information is contained within this menu. Open each section to find out more.

Places will be allocated according to our Widening Participation indicators with priority given to schools which meet the following benchmarks:
    •Schools with KS2 average point score in Reading, writing and maths below 28.8%
      •Schools with a percentage of pupils at state-funded nursery and primary schools known to be eligible for and claiming free school meals higher than 14.5%
        •Schools in an area with 20% or more of its intake living in lowest POLAR3 quintile
          •Schools in an area where 41.3% or more adults aged 16-74 England work in professions Category 4-7
          Schools can choose from a range of modules designed and delivered by Warwick students for a couple of hours a week on a Wednesday afternoon for three consecutive weeks in January and February 2019. They will learn about a subject and take part in a research competition.
            To learn more and sign up please click here
              At the end of the programme, the pupils, their teachers and parents will all be invited to join us for a Graduation Ceremony on campus to celebrate their work.
              Our campus days are aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils from schools in Coventry and Warwickshire. They have been designed in collaboration with our Academic Departments and Warwick Arts Centre. Our friendly Warwick Student Ambassadors take your pupils on a journey through our university to explore our campus and our Sculpture Trail. Your pupils can ask any questions they have about university and get to hear what life as a student is like at Warwick. Our Academics have also prepared fun sessions for them to spark their imagination and inspire them to become the artists and scientists of tomorrow.
                For more information and to fill in our Interest Form, please click here


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