Outreach North East provides a single point of contact for teachers and advisers which will signpost and improve access to information and support to encourage progression to higher education.
Find higher education outreach activity to support your students.
When supporting and encouraging progression to higher education research has shown that early intervention is key and sustained and progressive interventions are the most beneficial to students.
Help your students during their applications, from reference writing to preparing for interviews.
As your students prepare to leave sixth form or college and move on to their next destination you may want to run some activities to support their transition.
Supporting students from all backgrounds progress to higher education is a large task and can require careful planning.
Delivery of a sustained, intensive and progressive programme of interventions has been shown to have a greater impact in raising aspirations and supporting progression to higher education.
Mann, et al. (2017) - Contemporary transitions: Young Britons reflect on life after secondary school and College. London: Education and Employers.
It is important that everyone, regardless of their background, should have the opportunity to receive information about the full learning offer available to them.
Department for Education (2018) - Careers guidance and access for education and training providers: Statutory guidance for governing bodies, school leaders and school staff.