As well as the Apprentice style task, the mentees are also working towards building a yearbook for their cohort over the course of this week. This includes putting together individual profiles featuring their experiences, subject choices and impressions of the KAN UAP so far – showing off a wide array of talents and interests amongst […]Read More
Saturday evening saw the launch of the group task that each of the cohorts will be undertaking over the course of the week – our very own apprentice style challenge. Lord Sadler (!) will be ably supported by members of his judging team in deciding which group has created the best brand and online presence […]Read More
We’re now 24 hours in to the KAN UAP Easter residential and everything is off the ground and in full swing! Excitingly, this is the first time our three cohorts have all been in residence at the same venue, and much of the focus up to now has been on ‘breaking the ice’ and integrating […]Read More
Next week, our UAP students will assemble at Sevenoaks School for our Easter Residential for our biggest and best programme yet. With all three cohorts together for the first time, the 2016 Residential is shaping up to be our most dynamic and exciting residential so far!
12 February 2016: Congratulations to the 14 students selected to be a part of the KAN UAP 2016 cohort. The students, from across our 6 partner academies have been chosen due to their enthusiasm, intelligence, ambition and the strength of their performance throughout a vigorous selection process. We look forward to welcoming them to the […]Read More
February 2016: With the 2016 cohort recently selected, AAF is delighted to announce the appointment of the Learning Mentors for the cohort. The mentors, current undergraduates at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge and Balliol College, Oxford, join a mentor team committed to offering support, advice and encouragement to their mentees as they progress through the programme and […]Read More
On February 10th our KAN UAP cohorts set out from Tonbridge for their February meet-up event, kindly hosted at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. After a long journey, the students were rewarded with lunch in the College Hall, where they were joined by their learning mentors. Having been suitably fed the students split into their cohorts for the afternoon’s activities.
The Year 10s began the afternoon by debating the effect of migration on Britain, the culmination of their research task that was set in October. The students engaged brilliantly on a complex issue, which continues to dominate the headlines across the country. After this they were treated to a tour of Cambridge, where they were able to take in the sights and learn some of the universities 800 year old history.
Interviews completed for 2016! On 25th and 27th January 2016, thirty highly committed, able and well-prepared students attended Tonbridge School for a day of interviews. They all performed exceptionally well. Fourteen students were selected to join the 2016 – 2019 cohort. They will start by meeting for the first time at Easter 2016. We wish […]Read More
Students from Cohort 1 (Class of 2013) took part in a bespoke programme in Cambridge, designed to expose them to university style learning. The programme had a more relaxed feel in recognition of the hard work they put in to their GCSEs. Cohorts 2 and 3 (Classes of 2014, 2015) attended their residential course in Kent. […]Read More