In partnership with Kent and Medway Progression Federation (KMPF), Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) delivered a series of workshops aimed at introducing young people to a variety of career opportunities in sport. The 2022 project evaluation report can be downloaded here.VIEW REPORT
UCA's Thrive Youth Conference took place over 2 days in April 2022. The conference aimed to highlight the range of creative careers available, enable young people to find out more
about the vast range of sectors that rely on creative subjects to thrive, focus on enabling and realising aspirations, and give young people the opportunity to find out more about university and make informed decisions about their future.
This blog from Amy Burt (Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, University of Kent) looks at the experience of virtual summer schools.VIEW REPORT
This report follows a quasi-experimental evaluation design to evaluate the impact of participating in CCCU’s Inspiring Minds Year 10 STEM activity. The analysis draws on data supplied as part of the HEAT Track to examine the impact of participation on Key Stage 4 exam attainment.VIEW REPORT
Words for Your Future is a bespoke programme that brings higher education into the classroom to unlock students' literacy skills and raise aspirations.
The programme targets Year 9 students who have the ability to achieve the grades to secure a place at university, but may lack the confidence and literacy skills to do so.VIEW REPORT
Working with target schools and young people from the EKCEP region, the Schools Connect programme was developed to support the core vision of the EKCEP: working collaboratively ‘to change lives and broaden horizons so that every child and young person in East Kent can enjoy and have access to the arts and culture’.VIEW REPORT
This report evaluates the engagement, quality, and impact of the five Sector Insight online mentoring programmes delivered by Brightside in partnership with the Kent and Medway Collaborative Outreach Programme (KaMCOP) Uni Connect team based at the University of Greenwich between October 2021 to June 2022.VIEW REPORT