The Access Project has been working in partnership with St Aloysius’ College since January 2013 to help motivated students win places at top universities, through an intensive, in-school programme of support. The programme has two strands: one-to-one tutorials, delivered weekly by high-flying graduates at their place of work and UCAS and enrichment support, including high-quality workshops and one-to-one support during the application process. The Access Project is inclusive of Years 10-13 and this academic year alone, through the tutoring strand of the programme, students across those years have received over 1,100 hours of academic tuition between them.
Naomi Burley-Baker is the Programme Coordinator at St Aloysius’ College and is based full-time in the school. She works closely with the Head Teacher, the Sixth Form team and subject teachers to ensure that The Access Project is tailored to the needs of the school and complements existing provision.
The Access Project and St Aloysius’ College have enjoyed real success since the partnership began and 2015 looks set to build on those successes, with over 20 students currently holding firm offers from Russell Group universities and 31 students holding firm offers from the top third most selective universities in the UK.
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