In a year like no other, the Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (neaco) partnership was challenged to adapt and overcome extreme circumstances brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the wider impact on the education sector.
We are committed to supporting students from underrepresented backgrounds to access higher education. With the challenges that 2020 has brought for young people, our work this year is more important than ever.
On Wednesday 29th of January, the Office for Students held a launch event at Westminster for the of the next phase of outreach education hubs called Uni Connect.
While Covid-19 and Lockdown may have put many sporting fixtures on hold, neaco’s Cambridge and Peterborough team have been busy working behind the scenes and are delighted to announce a new partnership with Cambridge Rugby Club.
Take Your Place is proud to be one of over 50 partners supporting the new Uni4Me online central portal where learners, parents and teachers can access 250 free activities to help them progress to higher education.
Dr Clare Gartland and Dr Christine Smith, of the University of Suffolk, have published their final report on “Enhancing BTEC students’ transition to HE: Developing pedagogical partnerships across post-16 and HE sectors”, produced in association with NCOP and neaco.