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Fredrick, a student with The Access Project, spoke to Channel 5 News on Friday about the support he receives from his tutor and mentor. Watch the full interview here.
The Access Project welcomes the £350m National Tutoring Programme (NTP) which will provide catch-up support to primary and secondary school pupils who have missed out on learning during school closures.
We wanted to provide you with inspiring stories of professionals who have made it to the top of their profession, regardless of background.
In the second of an occasional series “Access all areas”, Philippa Thomas shares the story behind her success.
Education charity joins online tuition pilot to support students from disadvantaged backgrounds during COVID-19
The Access Project is joining forces with a coalition of charities to provide online tuition for hundreds of students in disadvantaged communities. The initiative by The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), The Sutton Trust, Impetus and Nesta brings together four charities to provide high-quality tutoring to up to 1,600 pupils in disadvantaged communities. Read more about TAPs involvement.
Response to ‘Pathways For Potential’, The Russell Group’s report on tackling educational inequality.
In response to the report ‘Pathways For Potential’ published today by The Russell Group, which is their action plan for transforming opportunities for disadvantaged students, The Access Project’s CEO Nathan Sansom has issued a statement regarding our involvement.