Schools across England use their Pupil Premium towards Bright Young Things services such as lessons and workshops in schools, at our centres or in local libraries.
Local Community Workshops through schools, colleges, libraries and our centres
Bright Young Things are committed to working in the local community helping reach literacy and numeracy targets. With regular workshops in schools across the UK our aim is to help raise attainment for students of all ages and abilities and provide support for pupils from low socio-economic backgrounds.
We also have a strong understanding of the exams that young people take. This allows us to provide exam practice and skills in addition to that offered by schools.
What Bright Young Things can provide
- Maths and English for 6-12 year olds
- Creative writing courses and competitions
- Exam technique workshops
- BMAT, LNAT and CAT exam preparation
- Oxbridge entrance advice and preparation
- A level and GCSE revision courses
- 11plus preparation
Catchup Conference – Numeracy, literacy and the pupil premium:
Here at Bright Young Things we are very excited to be involved with the Catch up conferences on numeracy and literacy in early 2015.
The conferences are aimed at bringing the best evidence based intervention techniques to impact learners who are being left behind.
Our aim here at Bright Young Things is to become a pillar which school leaders can lean on to help reach their numeracy and literacy targets. We actively support conferences to spread the best techniques.
Further, BYT Foundation looks to become the pre-eminent outside provider of intervention to pupils in schools who are in the lowest socio economic bracket, defined by access to free school meals.
Support your struggling learners with the latest evidence-based, high-impact interventions and approaches
London (26th March 2015)
Birmingham (28th April 2015)
Manchester (21st May 2015)
“To support struggling learners, schools must be able to base their decisions on accurate information about what has succeeded and what has failed in the past.”
Dr Kevan Collins, Chief Executive, Education Endowment Foundation
For more information about how Bright Young Things can help in your community contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03333 445531