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Leicester Post-16 Choices

Leicester Post-16 Choices (LSPC) is a collaboration between all post-16 education providers in Leicester City, providing information, advice and guidance to secondary schools in Leicester and Leicestershire about post-16 study.

Benefits of working with Leicester Post-16 Choices:

  • Central point of contact for secondary schools in Leicestershire for post-16 advice and events information
  • Support and advice related to provision and progression routes, from entry level to level 3 vocational and academic subjects, to GCSE re-sits and apprenticeships
  • Support for your school at virtual and options events
  • Staff INSET days or disaggregated sessions for teachers
  • Impartial advice service for staff, parents and students
  • Assistance in meeting the terms of the Baker clause 2018
  • A link to the TFL Board
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ASK About Apprenticeships

The Apprenticeship Support & Knowledge for schools and colleges programme (ASK), offers schools a free, bespoke support package to transform apprenticeship and vocational education awareness activities so that students, parents and carers, teachers and careers advisers, and governors can be informed about the wonderful opportunities available.

Find out more by clicking the link below.

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Leicester Tigers Dynamite Programme

The Dynamite programme offers Key Stage 4 students, who are or have been in mainstream education, the chance to gain sports-based qualifications here at Welford Road. We offer a unique service based in the heart of the stadium, in our specially constructed Tigers Education Centre.

Click the link below to find out more.

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Alderman Newton’s Educational Foundation

Alderman Newton’s Educational Foundation offers grants to any state funded school within the City of Leicester, or any Church of England School in the Diocese of Leicester.  Grants can be awarded for projects of any kind that would not normally be provided as part of state education.

Applicants should bear in mind that the Trustees are required by charity law not to fund equipment or costs that would normally be met from the school budget set by the local education authority or Department for Education.

Find out more by clicking the link below.

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