So you’ve decided that you want really good grades in all your subjects…and then you realise that you’re going to have to study regularly, pay attention in class, manage your friendships, manage your time, get organised…you’ll also need to stay motivated and make sense of those tricky topics you’ve been doing lately! And then the doubt creeps in….Can I really do this?
What would it take for you to achieve your aspirations?
This is something that we’ve spent a lot of time working on. There’s a lot of research that shows that there are fundamental strengths that every young person needs in order to achieve their goals such as drive and diligence… but what does it take to cultivate those strengths? and what does it take to maintain drive and diligence? Over the years, we’ve developed something that experts call a ‘Theory of Change’. We call it the steps to success.
A programme designed with you in mind!
You don’t need to be an academic genius to join the programme. You don’t even need to be 100% sure of the career that you’re going to choose in the future. We are simply looking for young people that are ambitious and ready to improve so that we can support them along the way.
We’re looking for young people aged 11 to 16 that meet the following criteria:
✔ Keen to achieve grade A*-C (Grades 9-4) at GCSE in all subjects
✔ A strong desire to improve grades and achieve academic and career aspirations
✔ Willing and open to learning and growing
✔ Prepared to attend and participate in all sessions
What happens in each term?
All sessions take place after school in the evenings or at weekends. There are approximately 15 sessions in each term and 45 sessions in the year from September to June.
Are you ready for the challenge?
You can apply for the programme by talking to a parent or carer and filling in the online form. You can also visit our blog or join our mailing list to find out more. Find out how to apply by clicking on the link below.
Maybe you’re worried that your ambitions are too big… Maybe you don’t want to get your hopes up… or you feel that it’s too late and no amount of support will help you get back on track to achieving your ambitions… If that’s the case, why not get in touch so we can invite you to our next information session for parents, carers and young people!