The Kent and Medway Progression Federation comprises 40 schools, 3 universities and 2 local authorities working together to enable young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to access higher education.
Progression Mentors’ Guide to the Web
We asked our Progression Mentors to share the websites they found most helpful and accessible in supporting young people. Find the full list here…
The University for the Creative Arts are running Open Days across their campuses. Schools are able to access all elements of the Open Day, including talks and tours of the facilities, alongside bespoke creative workshops. Open Days 14 December |
Established in June 2013, The National Network for the Education of Care Leavers (NNECL) is committed to the progression and support of care leavers in higher education. NNECL believes that children who grew up in care should have the same
- We aim to raise the attainment and aspirations of bright young people from challenging backgrounds.
- We aim to enable access to higher education for those young people who may not otherwise consider it.
- We are committed to impartial collaborative partnership working which places the student at the heart of everything we do.
Address:Kent and Medway Progression Federation Hall Place Harbledown Canterbury Kent CT2 9AG