650 students attend Take Your Place event at PRC

Earlier this week, Peterborough Regional College held an event to tell students about Take Your Place. Activities included a Mash Machine (an “interactive music maker which brings together sound, lighting and video controls into a single user interface”), Virtual Reality, X-Shooter and a photo booth.

Ely College students attend ‘university in a day’

More than 180 year nine Ely College students took part in workshops and visited a local university to experience life at university first hand. Funded by the Department for Education through the Fenland and East Cambridgeshire Opportunity Area, the event was organised by Take Your Place.

Thetford Academy student to start Higher Apprenticeship role at Aviva

Earlier this year Jacek Lipinski from Thetford was one of 13 sixth form students studying computing and programming at Thetford Academy to tour Aviva and discover the career and education prospects available.

ISCRE report results in the launch of “Manifestos for Educational Inclusion”

A report into improving access to higher education among Suffolk’s diverse communities has been published by the county’s leading civil rights charity.

Undercover Readers are winners in writing!

After more than 20 workshops throughout Norfolk schools, Undercover Readers rounded off the year with prizes awarded to the winners of the short story competition at University of East Anglia’s FLY, the Festival of Literature for Young People, on Friday.

Leaping Leverets Take Their Place helping Norfolk Students to consider their future

30 schools and colleges around Norfolk have been busy painting their leaping leverets. The project has been facilitated and funded by the Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (neaco) through their Take Your Place programme and forms part of the larger Break Charity GoGoCreate education project in Norfolk.