See your next steps to higher education and find hints and tips on how to reach your next goal using this resource by FutureMe.
A checklist to use when marking students’ personal statements, with suggestions of what information they should and shouldn’t include.
Find resources to help with Maths and Science revision.
Information and factsheets from the Medical Schools Council for students wishing to study medicine.
Mentally Healthy Schools offer a range of resources on mental health, from lesson plans and assembly ideas to classroom activities and PSHE resources, to better understand, promote and support pupils’ mental health and wellbeing.
See a range of resources and information sources from ‘My Great First Job’ including information about how to find degree apprenticeships and videos about making great applications to higher education and the world of work.
Explore careers in all sectors. Find out more about what is involved in a certain job role and the routes and pathways through education that can take you there.
Sign up for the NCS Summer programme which will be running during the summer. You can sign up now!
This document outlines how the North East Regional Progression Framework works within the NERUPI Framework learning objectives for pre-application outreach to ensure that all activities can support learners to make a truly informed decision based upon the full range of learning objectives.
Our annual review outlines what we do, how we do it, and why we do it. In a challenging year for the education sector the North East Uni Connect Programme continued to support informed decision making across the region.
Whether you are an offer holder, applicant or interested in studying at Newcastle University in future, these links will provide some useful FAQs to help answer your queries and concerns.
The PARTNERS Programme has been running since the year 2000 and is one of the most well-established supported entry routes to Higher Education of its kind. Through the PARTNERS Programme, students could: receive a lower conditional offer to Newcastle University; attend the PARTNERS Academic Summer School; develop skills necessary to be a successful student; meet other students; receive support through the application process, on results day, and after entering the University.
Do you have any students who are Post-16 and a Young Carer or Care Leaver? Get them to join the NERAP team to prepare for their next steps and find out what’s available to them locally!
The North East Regional Progression Framework has been developed to support practitioners in designing a programme of interventions to help learners and key stakeholders to understand more about higher education in all its forms and how to successfully achieve their progression goals.
Find out about the Northern School of Art’s Careers Programme that learners can benefit from. Students can find a guide to creative careers, and there’s a guide for teachers and advisers on creative subjects.