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This Volunteers’ Week everyone at The Access Project would like to thank each of our dedicated volunteers for giving so much support to students across London, West Midlands, East Midlands and Yorkshire.
Despite the disruption to young people’s education caused by the pandemic in the last year, The Access Project (TAP) is determined to make sure disadvantaged school pupils can visit prospective universities – virtually. The education charity will be delivering a week of online university trips for more than 400 Year 12 students.
After a year of tutoring online TAP volunteer Megan shares her experience adjusting to online tuition and what she has learnt from her time supporting us.
“Revision can be seen as a chore, a thankless trudge through familiar territory. I seek to turn that perspective on its head.” TAP volunteer tutor, Chris, shares his top tips on how to support students navigate revision in online tutorials.
Students from disadvantaged backgrounds at a West Midlands school are to get support with their dreams of going to a top university, thanks to a new initiative by The Access Project (TAP) and Imperial College London. TAP & Imperial are launching a long term partnership today with Ormiston Forge Academy in Cradley Heath. Read more about the partnership here…