Year: 2019

University College of Osteopathy join Aimhigher London

We are delighted to welcome the University College of Osteopathy to the Aimhigher London family.  We look forward to our latest member higher education institution contributing to our menu of outreach activities, in particular, to our Year 12 Clinical Skills and Year 10 Science, Engineering and Healthcare collaborative conferences this academic year as well as

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Our City: Cultural Capital Weekend

Year 10 NCOP students from 3 partner schools had a fabulous experience at our residential Our City Cultural Capital weekend, accompanied by Justine & Mark from AHL and under-graduate NCOP ambassadors from 3 partner universities! We are grateful to Roehampton University, The Royal Veterinary College and Ravensbourne University for providing the ambassadors who helped to

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19 learners from schools pose for photograph in front of theatre

19 NCOP Students from 5 different schools go to Liverpool

On 26th June, Justine and Mark from Aimhigher London, Melba D’Mello from Quest Academy, and five student ambassadors from four different universities accompanied 19 NCOP students from 5 different schools to Liverpool for a three day summer school. We set off from Euston to go to Liverpool Hope University where we stayed last year. Everyone

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Aimhigher Practitioner Awards 2019

‘I was an Aimhigher learner, I never thought I would go to university and look at me now!’ Tara Murphy, Schools and Colleges Engagement Officer along with colleagues Rachel Leighton, Head of UK Recruitment helped scoop the University of Roehampton Institution of the Year at the recent Aimhigher Practitioner Awards. The Awards hosted by Goldsmiths

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Collaborative Teachers

and Advisers Conference

Thank you to all those who attended our Collaborative Teachers and Advisers Conference last month. 45 delegates attended the University of Roehampton hearing from experts on how best to support this next generation, shared good practice on meeting the Gatsby Benchmarks and heard from a Student Led panel on all things Results Day. Click on

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NCOP Hogsmill Treatment Works Visit

Thames Water hosted a visit for NCOP learners studying geography from three schools (Meridian High School, Greenshaw High School and Carshalton Boys Sports College) at Hogsmill Sewage Treatment Works in Kingston on the 29th April. Starting with an introduction to Thames Water, Paul Hampton, who heads up the Education Team, impressed us with a range

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Preparing to Progress – Transition Support for SEND

SEND Learner Transitions Conference Annual Conference 2019 Preparing to Progress – Transition Support for SEND 52 delegates attended the Conference event on Friday 29th March at Kingston University, Kingston Hill from 10-4:00pm. Participants comprised of school and college learners, parents and carers and staff members from schools, colleges and universities interested in supporting the transition

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