National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP)

Aimhigher London is working in partnership with Linking London and Access HE as part of the London NCOP (National Collaborative Outreach Programme) to work with target groups of learners and the key adults who support them, across London.  The consortium is one of 29 Consortia nationwide. The Office for Student (OfS)-funded programme aims to target learners from areas of low participation in higher education who have the ability to achieve but are unlikely to consider University as an option, to stay in education and progress.

The consortium delivers a programme of sustained and progressive outreach activities aimed at increasing awareness of opportunities post-18 and supporting learners to make informed decisions about their futures, especially in relation to higher education.

To learn more about the national programme click here and scroll down to watch a video to discover what NCOP learners got up to on our Liverpool Summer School 2019!

Aimhigher London NCOP

Aimhigher London works with schools in 8 of the 13 wards across South London

Feltham West:
Rivers Academy, Reach Academy, Springwest Academy, Logic Studio School

St Helier & Wandle Valley:
Glenthorne High School, Carshalton High School for Girls, Carshalton Boys Sports College, Greenshaw High School

Fieldway & New Addington:
Meridian School, Charles Darwin School, The Quest Academy

Eltham West:
Thomas Tallis School, St Thomas More Catholic School

Crayford: Haberdashers’ Aske’s Crayford Academy

Barnehurst: St Catherine’s Catholic School

Cray Valley East:
Kemnal Technology College

Aimhigher has developed a progressive programme of outreach activities working with NCOP learners in years 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 across the target areas.  Programme activity is developed and reviewed within regional hubs to ensure the programme is fully collaborative and meets the needs of learners.

Take a look at what our NCOP learners got up to on our Liverpool Summer School 2019!