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Welcome to issue twelve of GHWY's Newsletter for HE Providers.

We're delighted to announce that our Annual Report for 2018-19 is now available, detailing some of our many successes and upcoming projects. 

Our community grants programme is also now live. Read more below and please forward the information to any relevant people within your network.

As always, we'd love to hear your news, stories or events so if you'd like to share anything get in touch.
 
 
 
 
 
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GHWY Annual Report 2018-19 now available

Read about some of our major successes and upcoming projects in our latest annual report.

Available to read online or download now, it covers the academic year 2018-19.

During this period we welcomed Leeds College of Music to the consortium, secured a further two years of funding for NCOP, and much more.

Read more.
 
 
GHWY launches innovative training programme for care professionals

Our innovative Care to Go Higher pilot programme has been successfully launched with a group of foster carers and children's home workers from Leeds and Bradford.

The training programme, which was developed in partnership with Leeds City Council, aims to equip key influencers to support a care experienced young person to make informed choices about their education.

Read more.

 
 
Community grant programme goes live

Community groups, charities, social enterprises and other charitable organisations from the third sector can apply for funding through our grant programme until Thursday, 14 November.

Working with Leeds Community Foundation, £100,000 is available to help parents/carers and other families support their young people progress into HE from areas where rates of progression are currently low.

Read more.
 
 
 
Blogs and events
 
 
 
 
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Working in partnership to enhance the apprenticeship experience

The arrival of the employer levy has created new opportunities for the University of Leeds to work differently with longstanding partnerships and networks as well as developing new collaborations.

Read more.
 
 
Industry expert lifts the veil on special effects for students

Stuart Bray, a Prosthetic and Special Effects expert, delivered a masterclass to Media Make-up with Special Effects students at University Centre Bradford College.

The session ensured that learners found out more about industry-standard techniques.

Read more.
 
 
Leeds City Region labour market information workshop

When: Wednesday, 30 October between 10am-12pm
Where: Wellington House, LS1 2DE

To coincide with the publication of the 2019 labour market report, the LEP will host a workshop to share key messages with its partners.

Further information and to register for a place.

 
 
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