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OUR SCHOLARS

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We select our scholars in partnership with their state schools from across the country. Each scholar completes a written application and undergoes an interview with about 30% of applicants admitted to the programme. We have developed relationships with a number of schools and multi academy trusts over the last four years and have a strong retention rate of both individual scholars and schools.

 

Our scholars may face various inequalities but their commitment and academic curiosity, rather than narrow academic criteria are what make them successful in applying to our programme and gaining acceptance to some of the country's most challenging degree courses.

Our Schools​

2017

  • Christ the King, Isle of Wight

  • London Academy of Excellence, East London

  • Seven Kings, Ilford

  • Spires, Torquay

2018

  • Christ the King, Isle of Wight

  • London Academy of Excellence, East London

  • School 21, East London

  • Spires, Torquay

  • Blackpool Sixth

  • Harris Academy (8 schools), London

2019

  • Christ the King, Isle of Wight

  • London Academy of Excellence, East London

  • School 21, East London

  • Blackpool Sixth

  • Harris Academies, Across London

  • AET Academies (2 schools Edmonton, Hackney)

  • Cardinal Newman, Preston

  • Oasis Academies, South Bank

  • Reach Academy, Feltham

2020

  • Christ The King, Isle of Wight

  • School 21, East London

  • Blackpool Sixth

  • Harris Academy (5 schools), London

  • AET Academies (4 schools) Edmonton, Hockley,

  • Birmingham, Clacton-on-Sea

  • Cardinal Newman, Preston

  • Oasis Academies, South Bank

  • Reach Academy, Feltham

  • TKAT Academies, Crawley

2020 Schools

Could we have faces of our scholars here across the top of the page

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WHO WE FUND

 

Working with partner schools, we encourage disadvantaged students to apply for the scholarship programme, using the following criteria:

Free School Meals

Pupils in state schools in receipt of free school meals. This is one of the most well-established definers of poverty. 

Pupil Premium

Introduced in April 2011, the pupil premium is allocated to children who are looked after by the local authority, those who have been eligible for Free School Meals at any point in the last six years (also known as Ever 6 FSM) and for children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.

Pupil Premium Plus

Pupil Premium Plus is a specific fund allocated by the government for children who have been in the care system from England and Wales or who were adopted from English or Welsh state care.

Bursary

Pupils in the independent school system who are in receipt of 100% bursaries.

Low Participation Postcodes

Pupils attending schools in places where young people are less likely to enter higher education.

First Generation

Pupil is one of the first generation of their family to attend university.


Victoria House, 1a Gertrude Street,

London, SW10 0JN

Telephone: +44 (0) 207 223 2794
Email: enquiries@nextstepeducation.org.uk

Registered Charity Number 1191176

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