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Class of 2013 selected

01/04/2013

The Class of 2013 (Cohort 1, our first group) is selected for the UAP in Kent (‘KAN’) Programme

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Class of 2013 – first residential programme

01/07/2013

The Class of 2013 attend their first week-long residential, experiencing a wide range of subjects and activities designed to motivate them in their learning and raise their aspirations.

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Class of 2014 selected

01/03/2014

The Class of 2014 (Cohort 2, our second group) is selected for the UAP in Kent (‘KAN’) Programme

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Class of 2013 – second residential programme

01/04/2014

The Class of 2013 attend their second week-long residential. The programme is similar in aims to their first; the students are more confident and are making great progress!

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Classes of 2013 & 2014 – Summer Residential Programme

01/07/2014

The Classes of 2013 and 2014 attend the Summer residential. Class of 2013, now in Year 11, begin to focus on study skills and on the importance of A-Level choices, in addition to the usual programme. Class of 2014 attend their first week-long residential, experiencing a wide range of subjects and activities designed to motivate them in their learning and raise their aspirations.

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Class of 2015 selected

01/03/2015

The Class of 2015 (Cohort 3, our third group) is selected for the UAP in Kent (‘KAN’) Programme

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Classes of 2013 and 2014 – Easter Residential Programme

01/04/2015

The Classes of 2013 and 2014 attend the Easter residential. This is the Class of 2013’s last intervention before their GCSEs so their programme focuses heavily on revision, in particular for Maths and English. The Class of 2014 attend their second week-long residential. The programme is similar in aims to their first; the students are more confident and are making great progress!

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Classes of 2013, 2014 and 2015 – Summer Residential Programmes

01/07/2015

The Class of 2013 attend their residential, held at Fitzwilliam, a Cambridge College. They take part in a bespoke programme designed to expose them to university style learning. The programme has a more relaxed feel in recognition of the hard work they put in to their GCSEs.

The Classes of 2014 and 2015 attend their residential at Tonbridge in Kent. The Class of 2014 begin to focus on…

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Class of 2016 selected

31/01/2016

The Class of 2016 (Cohort 4, our fourth group) is selected for the UAP in Kent (‘KAN’) Programme

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Classes of 2013, 2014 and 2015 – Easter Residential Programme

18/03/2016

18-23 March 2016. Classes of 2013, 2014 and 2015 attend their residential at Sevenoaks School in Kent. Class of 2013’s timetable is individually designed to accommodate their A-Level choices, with university choices and personal statements touched upon. This is Class of 2014’s last intervention before their GCSEs so their programme focuses heavily on revision, in particular for Maths and…

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Classes of 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 – Summer Residential Programs

03/07/2016

3-9 July 2016. Classes of 2013 and 2014 attend their residential programme: 2013 at Queens’ College, and 2014 at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. They take part in a bespoke programme designed to expose them to university style learning.

Classes of 2015 and 2016 attend their residential at Tonbridge School in Kent. Class of 2015 begin to focus on study skills and the importance of A-Level…

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Summer Residentials start for all Classes

01/07/2017
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2017/18 – Day meet-up 1

02/11/2017

Day meet-up number 1, Tonbridge School. All years are attending.

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2017/18 – Day meet-up 2

30/01/2018

2017/18 – Day meet-up number 2 – Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. All years are attending.

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Easter Residentials 2018 – Years 10 and 12

24/03/2018

Easter Residential: 24 – 28 March for Y10 and Y12 at Sevenoaks School.

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Easter Residentials 2018 – Years 11 and 13

25/03/2018

24 – 26 March for Y11 and Y13, @ Sevenoaks School

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