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  • WON Revision Tips The WON has created a handy poster with our top revision tips!
  • Children's University The Children's University aims to promote social mobility by providing high quality, exciting and innovative learning activities and experiences for children aged 7 to 14 facing socio-economic and educational disadvantage.
  • NNECL - Supporting Care Leavers in FE & HE This guide has been compiled by the National Network for the Education of Care Leavers (NNECL) in order to support colleagues in Universities and Colleges who are new to or expanding their engagement in supporting care leavers. This includes raising aspirations, supporting progression into further and higher education and subsequently retaining and supporting their success.
  • Sutton Trust Summer Schools Access to free, subject-specific residential summer schools for Year 12 students.
  • Studying Higher Education with a disability - Information and Support As well as financial support, Universities can provide a variety of extra support for students studying at University whether your disability be a long-term health condition, a learning difficulty like Dyslexia, a mental health condition or any other disability. The important thing is for students to declare their disability whilst they are applying to allow as much time as possible to set up the best support in advance of their studies. Look on each University or College website to find out about their specific support services.
  • First Story - Changing lives through writing We believe that writing can transform lives, and that there is dignity and power in every young person’s story.

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