For teachers

Study Higher can provide different levels of support for schools and colleges across our regions. To find out what level of support you are eligible for please enter your school/college details below.

Please note that due to continuing Covid-19 restrictions, some outreach provision might be affected. Please contact the relevant Study Higher team member for more details.

 

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Outreach Provision

Get skilled

'Get skilled' is a range of sessions that can be delivered in school/college based on activities most frequently requested by teachers and careers leads. 

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Subjects (in a box!)

'Subjects in a box' are a collection of different university subject boxes available to teach in-school, complete with lesson plans and resources.

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Pioneers project

The 'Pioneers' research project will be looking at how we can best support higher education access for young people from different BAME backgrounds. 

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Explore my career

'Explore my career' are a series of presentations around careers information and advice targeted at post-16 and post-18 options.

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Skills workshop

'Skills workshop' is an interactive activity allowing students to develop skills in teamwork, communication, time management and planning and budgeting.

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Emotional intelligence workshop

This workshop allows students to explore what emotional intelligence is and how it relates to them.

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HE 4 ME

'HE 4 ME' is a monthly online 'chat show' that covers options within higher education and the skills sets required

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Futures days

'Futures days' are on-campus events which give students a taste of university life.

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For teachers: resilience for transition to higher education

Empowering school staff to better support the mental health, resilience, and wellbeing of pupils in KS4 & 5 for successful transition to university. Developed and delivered by the University of Oxford.

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Gear up

'Gear up' is a free workshop delivering impartial information on the range of progression routes available to students post-16.

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Bitesize passport day

'Bitesize passport day' is a virtual edition of our popular on campus passport day event. 'Bitesize passport day' equips participants with a wealth of knowledge and information to support them in their future choices by providing impartial information and advice on post-GCSE educational pathway options.

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Big questions, little questions

Supporting sixth form students to develop critical thinking skills, especially useful for those starting extended project qualifications.

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Getting through your GCSEs

Providing practical support and guidance to enable year 11 students to manage and succeed in their final GCSE year.

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Confidence to argue

Offering effective tools for year 10 students to build students’ confidence to produce well-constructed written and spoken arguments.

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S.P.A.C.E

S.P.A.C.E is a free programme of virtual events to give parents and carers the tools they need to help their young people through secondary school.

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Girls in STEM

'Girls in STEM' is a three day, two night residential summer school for girls in year 9 and year 10 who are interested in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).

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Simulate your future

With the mobile simulation unit we can immerse years 9 & 10 students in real life scenarios where they interact with a unique 360 degree immersive environment.

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In-school workshops

There are a range of information, advice and guidance workshops available to your school for free which can either be delivered by our HELO's or our HEI partner institutions.

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