Regular Support Webinars
Webinars designed to support you and your students through this uncertain time. Each of these webinars will include:
Monthly tips and resources
Every month you will be emailed with clear instructions and an accessible resource to help you implement each step.
Online Personal statement builder
The OSCAR platform hosts the tools and resources needed to implement development plans. This contains a personal statement builder that all your students can access, giving them support to plan, structure and edit their statement. You will have full oversight of where each of your students are in their progress.
Free moderation service
You will access to a moderation service for personal statements, references, staff training materials and student-facing resources from Causeway’s team of progression experts.
We will update this page regularly with confirmed dates for each session.
|Month||Causeway Education||Sutton Trust|
|January 2021||Making Higher Education encounters count during COVID||UK Summer Schools & Apprenticeships Webinar|
|February 2021||What is the ideal timeline for Higher Education progression?|
|April 2021||Sutton Trust and Social Mobility|
|May 2021||From good to outstanding Personal Statements|
|June 2021||Outstanding applications need outstanding references|
|July 2021||Useful support for admissions tests||Pre-16 with the Education Endowment Foundation|
|September 2021||Supporting students to make ambitious choices||Pathways Webinar|
We are currently not recruiting for this programme, but if you think you and your school would benefit but haven’t already received information about the programme please contact [email protected] to see if your school fits our criteria.
We target schools based on a high proportion of students on free school meals and/or lower than average A Level performance and/or university progression rates.
If you would like to come along to any of our webinars, please sign up to our mailing list here and the details will be sent straight to your inbox every month.