Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, the FutureMe team are now working from home. We remain available online to support you during this time. Visit our resources section to find information and activities that can be accessed at home. Click here for more information.

COVID-19 Response

In line with Public Health England guidance and the school closure announcement made by Government on the 18 March 2020, we have suspended the delivery of FutureMe Activity in schools.  The FutureMe team are still available to answer any queries you may have, and we have also created a range of activity that can be completed at home. You can see more information below. 

Finding My FutureMe Online 

To support students during this time we are releasing weekly content that can be accessed from home. Young people have the option to try the activities at home, with siblings or with parents and carers. Find out more.  

FutureMe Challenge 

Young people from the North East are less likely to go on to higher education than young people from many other areas of Engand. We want to produce a digital advert to encourage more young people in the North East to think about Higher Education as an option for them. See how to submit your entry here.


Find a range of information, activites and resources from trusted sources to help young people think about their future. There is also information relevant to parents and carers. Find out more. 

If you are unsure who to contact directly, please email info@futureme.ac.uk and your enquiry will be redirected to the appropriate member of staff. 

Updated 17:00, 30/06/2020