Author: Rory Sheridan

Aimhigher London team visits national NCOP conference

Our NCOP team, Mark, Justine and Kirsty, along with student ambassador Harrison from the University of Roehampton, attended the national NCOP conference, Making Change through Collaboration, in Birmingham last week. The conference was an opportunity for representatives from across the programme to share best practice, reflect on the impact of the programme so far with

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Debate Higher Oracy Project Report 2018/19

Aimhigher London have compiled a report on the Debate Higher Oracy Project, where 60 Key Stage 3 learners took part across the 2018/19 academic year.  Click here to visit our resources and reports page to download the report to learn about the project, the learners who took part and what the feedback was. We’re very

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Ark Academy join the partnership

We are delighted to confirm we are now working in partnership with the Ark Academy chain of schools. We look forward to working with three schools initially: Ark Burlington Danes Academy, Ark All Saints Academy and Ark Acton Academy, broadening our reach into the boroughs of Ealing, Camberwell and Acton. We are particularly interested in

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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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Multi-agency working, aspiration or reality?

‘Greater Collaboration’: Multi-agency working, aspiration or reality?   SEND CPD Annual Conference 2019   60 delegates attended the CPD event on Wednesday 6th February at St Mary’s University, 10-4.00 pm Participants comprised of school, college and university sector providers, NHS practitioners and representatives from local authorities. Aim: To provide practitioners with a platform for collaborative discussions around the

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