Teacher’s Guide

NERAP provide a full suite of KS2 and KS4 resources to help bring learning about higher education in to the classroom.

Click here to take a look

Post-16

Applications are now open for the 2021 Post-16 Programme, an opportunity for care experienced young people in Years 12 and 13 to learn more about Higher Education.

Register now!

North East Raising Aspiration Partnership

The North East Raising Aspiration Partnership is a collaboration of the five universities in the North East of England, working together to support young people to think about their futures and how higher education can help them reach their goals.

We provide a wide range of free in-school and online workshops/activities on a variety of topics on behalf of all of our university Partners for students in Key Stage 2 and 4. Please view our Outreach Activities to see what is on offer!

We are also committed to providing additional support for students who are care experienced or a young carer.  These targeted programmes provide an immersive experience to support young people throughout their educational journey. Click here for our current programme.

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Outreach Activities

Our fully-trained team of Higher Education Ambassadors are able to visit your school to deliver interactive sessions on all aspects of student life, student finance, as well as subject based workshops. All activity is completely free of charge, and details of what we currently offer are available here. View our Outreach Activities.

Supporting Primary: Exploring Careers

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Careers
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Supporting Primary is an in-school activity for pupils in Primary Years 2 – 6 and Middle School Y7. The activity aims to introduce the concept of university and encourage enthusiasm surrounding education and further study.

Supporting Primary: Primary Transition – ‘Moving Up!’

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Key Stage 2
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Primary Transition is an in-school activity for pupils moving from Primary or Middle School to Secondary School. It challenges students with day-to-day activities they’ll encounter in Secondary School, as well as encouraging them to consider what they’re ultimately working towards in the future; both education and career goals.

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Have you seen our Events?

From university open days, to our own Partnership events, there’s always something going on to help you explore higher education. Please visit our Events section for a list of our upcoming events, and how to sign up.
Post-16 Pathways
Post-16: Pathways into Higher Education
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19/04/21
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Online Programme
Location
www.nerap.ac.uk

BOOKING NOW OPEN

Session 1 of the Post-16 programme; exploring different ways to access Higher Education.

Partnership Updates

Stress Awareness Month

Top Tips to Support Your Student!

As a parent or carer, it can sometimes be difficult to know what to do to help a young person when they are going through a particularly stressful time in education.

But we are here to share some helpful tips that might make it that little bit easier!

Posted on 14 Apr 2021

Stress Awareness Month – Study Tips!

Top Stress-busters to Ace Your Deadlines!

If you’re a young person in education, you will most likely be familiar with the feeling of overwhelming dread when it comes to preparing for an exam or an upcoming deadline.

But with these simple tips, you can take control of your workload and leave the days of stress and panic behind! Throughout stress awareness month we’ll share some resources and advice.

Posted on 01 Apr 2021
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National Care Leavers Week Blog Posts

Click the links below to view all our blog posts from National Care Leavers Week 2020

Posted on 02 Nov 2020
Care Experienced Young People