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Generating Genius

http://www.generatinggenius.org.uk

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Based at University College London, Generating Genius works, alongside a wide range of partner schools and universities, with hundreds of high-achieving children and young people from challenging backgrounds where there has been no tradition of entry to higher education. Through our two personalised support programmes, we aim to enable at least 90 per cent of participants to win places at elite Russell Group universities.

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    University College London
    Gower Street
    London
    WC1E 6BT

Graphic Science

http://www.graphicscience.co.uk

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Graphic Science is a communications and education consultancy committed to taking science and engineering to a variety of new audiences through a diverse portfolio of innovative projects. Since 1997, we have earned international recognition for work that is imaginative, evidence based and well targeted. We also provide a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) advisory service and manage a large volunteers' programme of STEM Ambassadors through our regional STEMNET contracts. STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from research and industry who offer their time free of charge to support schools. We are the 2011-2015 contract holders for the Bristol, Bath and Somerset region and the Gloucestershire region.

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    The Sheilings Barn
    Felton Common
    Felton
    BS40 9YP

Learning Science

http://www.learnsci.co.uk/

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Learn Science deliver products and services in all of the main STEM disciplines including chemistry, the bio-sciences, physics, engineering and mathematics. Examples are:

  • Interactive web-based resources
  • Dynamic lab manuals and online grade books supporting students, teachers and administrators
  • Digital resources for publishers including e-books and websites

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    5 Great George St
    Bristol
    BS1 5RR

Manchester Metropolitan University

http://www.mmu.ac.uk

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HE STEM Programme North West operates as a regional spoke out of Manchester Metropolitan University. It is a focal point for facilitating funded regional activities lead by regional HEIs and other stakeholders. It supports HEIs in encouraging the exploration of new approaches to recruiting students and delivering programmes of study within the STEM

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    All Saints Building
    All Saints
    Manchester
    M15 6BH

National HE Stem Programme

http://www.hestem.ac.uk/

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The National HE STEM Programme supports Higher Education Institutions in the exploration of new approaches to recruiting students and delivering programmes of study within the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines.

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    Pritchatt's Road
    University of
    Birmingham
    Birmingham
    B15 2TT

Science Learning Centre South West

http://www.sciencelearningcentres.org.uk/centres/south-west

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Science Learning Centre South West is a partnership between At-Bristol, the University of Bristol and the University of Plymouth, and delivers inspiring and innovative continuing professional development across the South West region. The Centre has access to a state-of-the-art education suite within At-Bristol, and world class science facilities at the Universities of Bristol and Plymouth.

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    At-Bristol
    Anchor Road
    Harbourside
    Bristol
    BS1 5DB

Space Connections

http://www.spaceconnections.net/

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A national organisation linking the many fantastic resources that are available to teachers. And we’re a central point of contact for space-related projects, so it’s much easier for teachers to access the information and resources they need. Space Connections has links with a wide range of organisations, including NASA, the European Space Agency, Space City in Russia, The UK Space Agency and the Royal Aeronautical Society, to name just a few.

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    Innovative Technologies Centre
    88 Thornton Road
    BRADFORD
    BD1 2DX

Teach First

http://www.teachfirst.org.uk/

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Teach First's mission is to address educational disadvantage by transforming exceptional graduates into effective, inspirational teachers and leaders in all fields. Educational disadvantage remains one of the most destructive and pervasive problems in the UK – perpetuating inequality and confining thousands of young people up and down the country to a life of unrealised potential. The charity Teach First is a powerful movement founded to directly address the problem of educational disadvantage. Founded in 2002, Teach First has already changed the lives of thousands of young people. Teach First harnesses the energy, enthusiasm and drive of exceptional graduates to provide leadership, motivation and, above all, inspirational teaching in schools in challenging circumstances across England.

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    4 More London Riverside
    London
    SE1 2AU

The University of Bradford

http://bradford.ac.uk

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The North East spoke of the National HE STEM Programme is based at the University of Bradford. The spoke covers 15 HEIs in the Yorkshire, Humber and Northeast region of England and works with these plus a number of the Further Education Colleges in the region. The region also hosts the National Science Learning Centre, the National STEM Centre (both based at the University of York) and the British Science Festival in September

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    University of Bradford
    Richmond Road
    Bradford
    BD7 1DP

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    + 44 (0) 1274 232323

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University of Bath

http://www.bath.ac.uk

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The University of Bath ranks highly in the league tables of UK universities published by a number of national newspapers, including the Times, Independent and Guardian. Its research is internationally respected, and its students are in demand by employers because of the high quality of the teaching offered here. The University has had close connections with industry and the public and voluntary sectors since its inception in 1966. It has developed strong links with universities abroad. The University's buildings are set in an attractive campus about a mile from the centre of Bath, a World Heritage City. It is a safe and friendly campus with strong student services and good social opportunities. Its sports facilities are first-class.

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    Claverton Down
    Bath
    Somerset
    BA2 7AY

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    01225 388388

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University of Bristol

http://www.chemlabs.bris.ac.uk/outreach/

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The large number of outreach activities conducted by Bristol ChemLabS is only made possible by the enthusiasm and commitment shown by a considerable fraction of the almost 250 Postgraduate Chemists in the School of Chemistry each year. Up to June 2011 over 600 postgraduate chemists had been through the training.

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    Bristol ChemLabS
    School of Chemistry
    University of Bristol
    Bristol
    BS8 1TS

University of Greenwich

http://www.gre.ac.uk/offices/pd/awpu/meet

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We aim to make higher education more accessible to those individuals from under-represented groups that have the potential to undertake a higher level qualification. This means raising aspirations and attainment levels of individuals and ensuring that they make a well informed choice about higher education.

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    Old Royal Naval College
    Park Row
    London
    SE10 9LS

University of Plymouth

http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/pages/view.asp?page=38391

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Widening participation is a part of government education policy in the UK and Plymouth University has a regional, national and international reputation for its work to date in this area; it is one of the University's five ambitions outlined in the University Strategic Plan, Embedding Enterprise. The University's Widening Participation strategy embraces a targeted approach to identified groups who are and have been historically under represented in Higher Education (HE). The strategy focuses primarily on three priority target groups - those disadvantaged by socio economic class, disability, and through childhood experience in care. A key feature of our approach is working with carefully identified target schools.

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    Drake Circus
    Plymouth
    PL4 8AA

Villiers Park Educational Trust

http://www.villierspark.org.uk

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Villiers Park Educational Trust helps able young people to reach their full academic potential and develop a passion for learning. We are committed to fair access - enabling students from less advantaged backgrounds to gain places at leading universities. Our experience and expertise has been built up over many years of working with students, teachers and lecturers as well as leaders from schools, colleges and universities.

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    Royston Road
    Foxton
    Cambridge
    CB22 6SE