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

This month we bring you news of the Care Leaver Covenant, which has been refreshed for 2019-20. The document will be launched during National Care Leavers Week (28 October-1 November). If you're running your own event as part of the campaign then let us know and we will promote it for you.

We also recognise the success of two of our partners. If you have any good news stories you'd like to share from your institution - or any upcoming events - then please get in touch.
 
 
 
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GHWY Care Leaver Covenant refreshed for 2019/20

Our refreshed Care Leaver Covenant for 2019-20 will be launched during National Care Leavers Week (28 October-1 November). 

This year a number of partners added to their offer by developing a dedicated webpage and URL for care leavers; offering improved bespoke experiences on-campus to prospective students, and providing staff with training to better understand care leavers' needs.

Read more.

 
 
University of Bradford recognised for social inclusion

The University of Bradford has been named the UK's University of the Year for Social Inclusion 2020 by The Times and Sunday Times.

The national award recognises the University's impact on social inclusion which ensures that all students are supported to achieve their potential and achieve success, regardless of their background.

Read more.

 
 
Bradford College in running for two engagement awards

Bradford College is in the running for two awards that celebrate social action, and community and employer engagement.

It has been shortlisted for Pears #iwill Award for Social Action and Community Engagement.

It is also up for the City and Guild Award for College Engagement with Employers.

Read more.

 
 
 
 
 
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The power of music in a CV

Arts subjects play a vital part in developing a highly skilled work force and should be considered with the same level of importance as the STEM subjects, argues Dr Paul Abbott, Head of Events and Enterprise, Leeds College of Music. 

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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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