In The Know – Young People geared for Success!

In The Know – Young People geared for Success!

Young people may be feeling the pressure of being back in school but, if your child gets the right start to the academic year, it may feel much less daunting. This week we bring you three great opportunities to help young people get into right frame of mind about school and their future.  

Applications still open for Bright Ambitions Programme
Just as a last reminder, the deadline for the Bright Ambitions programme is approaching. You must register your interest by Monday 17th September. The programme will help young people in Years 9-11 develop strategies, confidence and resilience before taking on their GCSEs. There are free places available for eligible families. To find out more, register your interest here.

Youth Employment UK
If your child is aged 14-24, they have an opportunity to join Youth Employment UK on their website as a Volunteer Youth Ambassador or Young Professional. The website has tips, advice and competitions that match the interests of young people. Helping them build confidence and skills, they’ll be able to pursue the jobs they want. On the website there are also opportunities for apprenticeships and training. Find out more here.

The Association for Science Education (ASE) brings you, School Science, a free website to enrich learning in science. The website has resources for both primary and secondary school students. It is informative and helps to keep young people interested in the different aspects of science. Also included on the site are links to exciting competitions, events and cutting edge research. Click here to find out more.

GT Scholars runs after-school and weekend programmes that help young people achieve their academic and career aspirations. Our programmes include tutoring, mentoring and enrichment sessions for young people aged 11-18. If you would like to know more about our programmes, please contact us here.

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