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1 Aspirations, progression and success Identifying issues in progression to Higher Education

2 University acceptances for all social categories - 20 years and under 1996: 209,096 1996: 209,096 2002: 264,714(+ 27%) 2002: 264,714(+ 27%) 2008: 314,568(+ 50%) 2008: 314,568(+ 50%) NewVIc 1993, Advanced Year 2:300 NewVIc 1993, Advanced Year 2:300 NewVIc 2009, Advanced Year 2:709 NewVIc 2009, Advanced Year 2:709

3 University acceptances for - 20 years and under All social categories 2002: 264,714 2002: 264,714 2008: 314,568(+19%) 2008: 314,568(+19%) Routine and semi-routine ???? 2002: 37,684 2002: 37,684 2008: 52,283 (+39%) 2008: 52,283 (+39%)

4 2,600 full time students on A-level, advanced vocational, intermediate, foundation programmes. 2,600 full time students on A-level, advanced vocational, intermediate, foundation programmes. 600-650 students progress to university: half from A-level and half from vocational programmes. 600-650 students progress to university: half from A-level and half from vocational programmes. Many are first in family to apply to university Many are first in family to apply to university 98% from high widening participation postcodes 98% from high widening participation postcodes 76% receiving Educational Maintenance Awards 76% receiving Educational Maintenance Awards 93% ethnic minority backgrounds 93% ethnic minority backgrounds 76% speak a language other than English at home 76% speak a language other than English at home School GCSE achievement in Year 11 below national average School GCSE achievement in Year 11 below national average

5 Newvic 2009 Entry Students applied: 709 Students applied: 709 Final places accepted:608 Final places accepted:608 Applications as % of cohort: 95% Applications as % of cohort: 95% Placements as % of applications:86% Placements as % of applications:86% Placements as % of cohort:81% Placements as % of cohort:81%

6 Supporting students HE Assignment HE Assignment Quality assurance: Course choices Quality assurance: Course choicesStatementsReferences Individual student support Individual student support Clearing Clearing

7 Issues for Newvic High Clearing rates High Clearing rates High Changed course offer rates High Changed course offer rates Course choices Course choices Predicted grades Predicted grades Personal statements Personal statements Individualised references Individualised references Preparing students for HE Preparing students for HE Training staff Training staff

8 Changed HE environment 2009 entry – –Clearing crisis that wasnt? 2010 entry 2010 entry –Clearing crisis postponed?

9 Elephant in the room? What happens once they reach the university gates? What happens once they reach the university gates?

10 CodeUniversityNo.% E28University of East London12220.1% W50University of Westminster8213.5% G70University of Greenwich6811.2% L75London South Bank University345.6% L68London Metropolitan University335.4% M80Middlesex University315.1% Q50Queen Mary, (UL)264.3% K84Kingston University233.8% C60City University213.5% 90% of students apply to London universities

11 Areas for collaboration? Bringing the HE experience into the colleges / schools Bringing the HE experience into the colleges / schools Right student - right course Right student - right course Preparing students for demands of HE Preparing students for demands of HE Equipping with skills for HE Equipping with skills for HE

12 Issues to explore? Retention – where do we succeed, where do we fail? Retention – where do we succeed, where do we fail? Areas of collaboration to develop? Areas of collaboration to develop? HE expansion: HE expansion: – where does Widening Participation fit into the picture


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