Schools and Sixth Forms

 A number of our target schools and sixth forms have used NCOP funding to develop bespoke activities relevant to their schools and pupils’ needs to help increase attainment and raise aspirations.  The following schools in Sussex are currently receiving direct funding to participate in SLN:COP – the following provides an overview of the types of activity they are running:

Brighton and Hove

BHASVIC:  IAG, resources, additional parental engagement and a bursary fund for NCOP students.

Brighton Aldridge Community Academy: Support programmes with partner HEIs, trips to careers fairs, enhanced parental engagement programme.

Cardinal Newman School: Streets Ahead and Future First.

Dorothy Stringer School: The Brilliant Club and parental engagement activities for NCOP parents and carers.

Hove Park School and Sixth Form: Motivational speakers, mental health programmes, parental engagement activities, supporting work with partner HEIS.

Longhill High School: Resources, additional IAG and extended parental engagement programme.

Patcham High School: HE champion, Girls Network, parental engagement programme, motivational speakers, supporting work with partner HEIs.

Portslade Aldridge Community Academy: Campus trips, supporting work with local HEIs and STEM, IAG, resources.

Varndean College: Bespoke science programme and support for work with HEIs.

Varndean School: Motivational speakers, IAG, parental engagement programme, support for work with local HEIs and FECs.

East Sussex

Bexhill College: IAG, resources, additional parental engagement and a bursary fund for NCOP students.

Bexhill High Academy: A member of staff, additional resources and some NCOP students to undertake The Brilliant Club Programme.

Causeway School: After-school English and Maths clubs as well as an internal mentoring programme using staff as mentors.

Hailsham Community College: IAG, motivational speakers, campus trips. The NCOP lead is also the CEC lead and as a result of both areas of work, was nominated and awarded The National Careers Lead of the Year Award by the CDI.

Peacehaven Community School: Motivational speakers, trips, parental engagement, IAG, supporting work with locals HEIs.

Ratton School: HE champion, Saturday Maths and English programme, additional parental engagement, supporting work with the University of Sussex.

Seaford Head School: Bespoke science programmes, supporting work with partner HEIs, campus trips.

Seahaven Academy: Bursary fund, work experience programme, motivational speakers, trips to HEIs and FECs, learning camps, revision programmes, parental engagement.

St Catherine’s College: HE Champion, text nudge system, supporting work with local HEIs, IAG, resources, parental engagement programme.

The Eastbourne Academy: HE champion, IAG, resources, parental engagement, work experience, supporting work with local HEIs and FECs.

The Hastings Academy: HE champion

The St Leonards Academy: HE champion and PETXI Maths and English accelerator programme.

West Sussex

Durrington High School: Nudge text system, resources, IAG, Saturday clubs, motivational speakers.

Holy Trinity CofE Secondary School: Unifrog 

Ifield Community College: Bespoke science programmes, Maths and English resources, trips, campus visits.

Shoreham Academy: Portfolio programme for 6th form, IAG, motivational speakers, parental engagement, campus trips, resources.

St Wilfrid’s Catholic Comprehensive School: Motivational speakers, trips, parental engagement, IAG, supporting work with locals HEIs.

The Academy, Selsey: HE champion, work experience, supporting work with local HEIs, campus trips.

The Littlehampton Academy: Motivational speakers, IAG, supporting work with local HEIs and FECS.

The Regis School: Motivational speakers, IAG, supporting work with local HEIs and FECS.

Thomas Bennett Community College: Trips to careers fairs and local HEIs.

Worthing College: Transition programme for students from Durrington School and support for roll-out of NCOP funded programmes.

For further information please email our Schools Liaison Programme Manager, Fay Lofty