At Bright Young Things, we are committed to providing excellent academic support to every student – no matter what their circumstances are.
It’s for this reason we consistently deliver bespoke education to all of our students through our: agency in London, tuition centres across the south east and to our international clients all over the world.
We know that the British education system is complex, with a plethora of choices when it comes to determining your future. This is why we seek to deliver the most fulfilling education journey possible to every student, allowing each and every one to achieve their academic potential.
As such, we are delighted to announce the launch of our BYT Foundation: a new initiative that will offer help to students who are less able to access extracurricular support. Including; suitable low cost access to GCSE and A level exams through The Exam House service.
How does it work?
The BYT Foundation will provide discounted tuition packages for children qualifying for free school meals in our tuition centres in Harrow, High Wycombe, St Albans, Chesham and Maidenhead. We have reserved 5% of places in our centres for these students in the hopes of furthering our mission of enabling access to high quality education for all.
Free school meals are available to any full-time student who is still at school and is eligible.
How do I know if it’s for me?
If your child receives free school meals, they can benefit from a discounted tuition package thanks to the BYT Foundation.
Free School Meals are available to any full-time student who is still at school and is eligible. You can obtain free school meals if you or your partner receives the following:
- Income Support
- Income-based Jobseekers’ Allowance
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
- Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
- Child Tax Credit, provided you are not entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual income of £16,190 or less.
To find out if your child is eligible, please see: www.gov.uk/apply-free-school-meals
Government research has consistently found that children from less affluent backgrounds are more likely to face obstacles on their academic journey.
The most recently published Children’s Commission on Poverty enquiry found that children living in financially pressured environments were less likely to be able to purchase materials and resources that could assist and support development. It also showed that they were more likely not to have a productive place to complete homework after school. Shockingly, research from the Department of Education at Oxford University found that children from lower-income families were found to be 50% less likely to achieve three A-Levels than their more advantaged peers.
How can the BYT Foundation help you?
BYT Foundation is offering less privileged students equal opportunity.
To find out more, please email us at email@example.com or call the centre nearest to you:
- Harrow – 020 8909 2829
- High Wycombe – 01494 911 655
- Maidenhead – 01628 918 132
- St Albans – 020 3820 0639
- Chesham – 01494 370 051