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Andrew Abrahamson Primary Project Officer International Centre for Excellence in Educational Opportunities June 2011
Progression to higher education ……is more about CULTURE than ability…….
What is the role of a university? Young people are in schools Young people are in families Families are in communities
What we learnt Start young Target Systematic replicable models Partnership working Cross sector responsibility
High quality delivery models
3 Step Framework (since 2000) Step 1: ‘Sowing the Seeds’ ages 9/10 years Step 2: ‘Long term/ intense relationship’ with target cohort ages years Step 3: Direct links to supported admissions, bursaries, engaging curriculum, quality student support, careers and employability ages 17+ years
‘Sowing the Seeds’ Professor Fluffy’s educational adventure
Step 2 - Champions
Step 2 – Residentials
Step 2 – Superstars
Step 3 - Scholars
Step 3 – Go Higher
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