Teachers: share your expertise

We especially welcome approaches from university admissions tutors and teachers from schools with an outstanding record in getting their students into Russell Group universities.

Oxford graduate Oliver Carr is Year 13 achievement co-ordinator at Darrick Wood School in Orpington, where he also teaches physics and economics. He recently gave up a morning of his half-term holiday to share his knowledge of the university admissions process.

I really enjoyed the opportunity to inform and advise students on the Ucas application process. Their enthusiasm was infectious, their questions detailed, and I look forward to offering any future support to them that I can.


Independent schools: crossing the sector divide

We have already received support from a number of top schools in the independent sector, including Eton, Wellington College and St Paul’s.

They have shared their expertise and their teaching facilities by hosting Generating Genius events, inviting our students to learn alongside their pupils. Wellington College politics teacher Mike Finn, a former Oxbridge admissions tutor, recently gave up his time to share his insight into the university admissions process with participants on the Uni Genius programme.

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