The following guide will give students information about how their Student Finance application is assessed as an estranged student. It will tell them about the supporting documents that they will need to send to Student Awards Agency Scotland or Student Finance England, Wales and Northern Ireland to confirm their irreconcilable estrangement from their family. This guide has been put together in collaboration and consultation with Student Loans Company Ltd and Student Awards Agency Scotland.
The following guide will give you information about how your Student Finance application is assessed as an estranged student.
Find policy updates and information, from Student Finance England, on the financial support available for students in the 2023-2024 academic year.
The Students’ Guide to University has been produced by UniTasterDays.com in collaboration with HELOA to support you to make brilliant future university decisions. Which may be the initial decision: is university right for you? Or the choices that might come next, on where to go, or what to study?
Take the steps towards your FutureMe by completing a Careers Action Plan.
Find blogs, videos and podcasts about student life, studying a higher education course, and careers by Springpod.
The Durham University Sutton Trust Summer School is a week-long event designed to give bright students from non-privileged homes the opportunity to experience what it is like to be a student at a leading university. The residential summer school is a fantastic opportunity to find out more about applying to university, to meet some of our current students and work with our academic departments. This programme is available for gifted and talented Year 12 students from UK state-maintained schools.
Resources to help you understand the new courses and be able to engage with parents and pupils about T Levels
This resource informs staff about where they can send parents to get information about different pathways and could be housed on your staff intranet for easy access.
Good money management is important for young people to learn and will help them learn financial independence as they choose what to do after school and college. Money Helper have a range of resources and information to help you support your child with thinking about and managing money.
This brochure has been produced by UniTasterDays.com in collaboration with HELOA – to support the university guidance that is provided in secondary schools and colleges. On topics covering how to support students with their university decisions, university events, widening participation & fair access, UCAS applications (including writing school references) and more. It also includes the key student finance facts from Martin Lewis.
TES have partnered with BBC, Into Film and The Black Curriculum to bring you a selection of resources on black experiences – from black British history to global contributions, we understand that representation matters and young people need to see themselves reflected in their education.
If you’re looking for resources to support your child’s home learning then TES can help. They have over 100 free resources to support learning away from the classroom.