Information for Teachers
This programme is designed to complement students' school or college studies and will help them develop useful study skills. All activities will take place during evenings or vacations to minimise disruption to school/college activities and learning. Teachers will play an important role in helping to identify students who may benefit from the programme and providing their references.
Please contact the team on 0191 334 9125 or email@example.com if you would like us to come and talk about the scheme in your school or college. We do not have the capacity to get around every school and college in the region but will do our best to come to a school if students cannot attend information evenings for example. It would be great if schools could offer to host talks for nearby schools too!
If you do not feel you have any students eligible for this scheme, or if you are from a school or college outside County Durham, then there are many other ways in which we can help support your students. Please see the links section for information about other programmes we offer for both students and teachers.
There is more information about the Post-16 Supported Progression Scheme and what it has to offer in the student section of our website.
Download the Teacher's Guide
- 2012-13 Post-16 Teacher's Guide (last modified: 18 September 2012)
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