Eight Year 12 students have been successful in getting accepted onto the competitive ‘Futures’ programme run in conjunction with TeachFirst.
|Zeerak Jawed ||Anisa Mohamud |
|Balmeet Gulati||Mohammad Ahmed |
|Suad Kahin ||Utkarsh Aneja |
|Amran Yussuf||Ricky Ghedia |
The ‘Futures’ programme (formally HEAPS) was nominated in the category for ‘Best Outreach Programme’ last year and was also declared the runner up in the Deputy Prime Minister’s Excellence Award which highlights the quality of the programme.
The successful students will now attend the launch event on Saturday 15th November and during this they will get to meet their mentor who will be guiding them over the next two years.
It must also be highlighted that not only will the students benefit from having a top class mentor, they will also will get the opportunity to spend a week at Oxford or Cambridge university (overnight stay) and they will also get several opportunities to taste university life at other Russell Group universities by attending taster sessions.