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  • Access Champions

    By supporting sixth form leaders and teachers to complete university and apprenticeship applications, this comprehensive programme aims to improve progression rates to university and other post 18 options.

    In collaboration with the HE Access Network, we’ve welcomed 11 schools from the Bristol and South Gloucestershire area to a launch that covered the latest research on personal statement and reference writing. We conducted a needs analysis for each school identifying major priorities for change, and started the planning process for implementation strategies for instituting changes.

    We’ve been supporting partner schools through a range of activities, including personal statement and reference training for wider staff, workshops for Medicine and Law, and the rollout of our online personal statement platform, OSCAR.

    We’ll support a nominated ‘Access Champion’ in schools and colleges to embed outstanding practice in university applications with:

    • Intensive training and mentoring for one key member of staff.
    • Staff training.
    • Workshops for students.
    • The latest resources to support staff and student with all aspects of the admissions process.
    • Access to OSCAR, an online tool that provides support throughout the application process, from course selection to writing a personal statement and interview preparation.

    If you’d like to find out more, please email Ed.Penn@hean.org.uk

  • Pre 16 Information Advice Guidance (IAG)

    We’re growing our pre 16 IAG programme by co-funding the new ‘Reporting Zone’ on the Careerpilot website from September.

    Careerpilot gives 13-19 year olds information on the full range of choices available to them, including GCSEs, A levels, apprenticeships and the many routes to higher education.

    The Reporting Zone will enable schools and National Collaborative Outreach Programmes (NCOPs) (on receipt of a signed data sharing agreement) to see the career choices students are interested in. Annual reports will chart how students’ choices change over time.

    Reports can be used to support tutorial work or careers interviews, for example, and to target careers information and provision at students with specific interests; perhaps by offering workshops to those interested in a specific job sector or interested in an apprenticeship.

    To get access to the free Reporting Tool from September, please register your interest.

  • Study Skills

    This one day Study Skills Summer School for pre-16 students is designed to support the transition from pre-16 to post-16 study.

    UWE Bristol is currently setting up a planning group to initiate development of the summer school in 2018 at UWE Bristol’s Frenchay campus.

    If you’d like to get involved, please email Future.Quest@uwe.ac.uk

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If you have any questions about the Future Quest programme please complete the form below or email Future.Quest@uwe.ac.uk

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