Resources

FutureMe Resources 

Click on any of the pictures below to view a resource. If you would like printed copies of these resources please get in touch with your project coordinator. If you have any questions about these resources please email info@futureme.ac.uk.

Regional Progression Framework

Underpinned by six key learning outcomes, the Regional Progression Framework has been designed as a tool to support practitioners, across a range of institutions and sectors, who wish to develop a programme of activity to raise aspirations and support progression to higher education. The framework will enable practitioners to inform students about higher education in all its forms and, based on a three phase model, can support students to successfully achieve their progression goals, regardless of their age, prior knowledge, and mode or level of study.

Regional Progression Framework

 

Schools' Programme Booklet 2018-2019

The FutureMe Schools’ Programme of Activity provides the full range activities available to NECOP target schools in 2018-19, aimed at supporting learners to make informed decisions about higher education. Aligned to the Regional Progression Framework, as well as national best practice frameworks, these activities will determine the FutureMe activity as part of your delivery plan and contribute to the schools’ monitoring responsibilities.

Schools' Programme Booklet

Mentoring Sessions 

The full offer of our mentoring sessions for the 2018-19 academic year. Each session is aligned to the Regional Progression Framework, as well as national best practice frameworks.

FutureMe Mentoring Sessions

Higher Education Ambassador Sessions

The full offer of our Higher Education Ambassador sessions for the 2018-19 academic year. Each session is aligned to the Regional Progression Framework, as well as national best practice frameworks, and will be delivered by a recent graduate from one of the North East institutions. 

Higher Education Ambassador Sessions

Messaging and communication for students - Research

The North East Collaborative Outreach Programme worked with the education and youth development 'think and action tank' LKMco to research how communications and messaging affect young people in the North East and their decisions around higher education. You can read the key findings of this report by downloading it below.