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In Black History Month TAP alumna Olamide explains what it’s like to be a black student at one of our oldest institutions, Oxford University, and her hopes for better representation there in the future.
The Access Project is delighted that Chair of Trustees Mary Curnock Cook has been awarded the CBE for services to Further & Higher Education. Mary brought a wealth of experience with her when she joined the TAP board in 2013. She went on to become Chair of...
Settling into a new school year can be a challenge, but it’s even tougher for young people who’ve been out of school for months because of COVID-19. For Madison, despite the difficulties, she has remained positive thanks to her TAP tutor. This is her experience.
Family & friends of a mathematics professor from Twickenham have donated funds raised in his memory to The Access Project to pay for a series of student prizes. Professor Jeff Cash, who taught at Imperial College London, had to battle against the odds to gain a university education. His family are honouring his memory by supporting students at The Access Project (TAP).
In 2016 The Access Project identified a need to expand our work into the East Midlands, but we couldn’t recruit enough tutors in a social mobility coldspot. In 2017 we launched an online pilot funded by Nesta. Since then we have become experts in online volunteer tuition and we now have an exciting announcement to make.