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Having secured the very significant funding initiatives with Sevenoaks School and the Buffini-Chao foundation, in December 2019 the Trustees met to plan the future for the AAF. It was agreed to see the cohort of KAN students through to graduation in June 2020; support the United Learning’s programme to its completion in June 2021; steward the Buffini […]Read More
Debbie Hannam (A&AF), Chris Millward (OfS), Christina Perry (Queen Mary) and Rachel Carr (Into University) recently attended and presented at FGLI. The First Generation Low Income Consortium of universities is a national organization, providing leadership, expertise, and resources around the experience of first-generation and/or lower-income college students at highly selective universities and colleges.Read More
The University of Birmingham recently hosted a high profile and successful conference, in partnership with Accelerate and Access Foundation, on supporting and empowering first generation higher education students by sharing best practice from across the US and UK. The event featured key note speeches from leading academics from two prestigious U.S Ivy League universities, including […]Read More
Moving from ‘Access to Success’: Supporting and empowering first generation HE Students by sharing US and UK practice We are delighted to invite you to our ‘Access to Success’ conference, hosted by the University of Birmingham in association with the Accelerate and Access Foundation. Please join us for an afternoon of stimulating discussion and opportunities […]Read More
The Accelerate and Access Foundation, in collaboration with The Sevenoaks Foundation, is delighted to announce a new partnership with Pro-Bono Economics to examine the impact of our flagship programme, the Kent Academies Network Academies Partnership Programme.
The programme participants, who are currently in Year 10, enjoyed a meet-up event at Caterham School