Activities and support for teachers and advisers
We are committed to supporting teachers and advisers who provide information and advice to potential students about the opportunities available at university.
We work closely with local authorities, UCAS, other universities and regional networks to develop useful and innovative ways of sharing information in different formats. This includes briefing sessions about specific and relevant higher education topics, an annual conference for teachers and a range of interactive resources for you to use with your students.
View our range of support below or contact us to discuss any specific needs or questions you may have.
- The Associate School and College Partnership
Our Associate School and College Partnership aims to develop meaningful and active relationships with local schools and colleges. Partner institutions are provided with a range of benefits to support their staff and students, including access to our outreach activities and an annual conference for teachers.
- Advising the Advisers
We hold a range of events for anyone giving advice on higher education. Groups run throughout the year and provide an opportunity for staff to find out more about current trends and issues in higher education.
- The Higher Education Progression Partnership (HEPP - Sheffield City Region)
The HEPP is a new partnership between Sheffield Hallam University, the University of Sheffield, colleges, schools, local authorities and employers within the Sheffield City Region, building on previous successful initiatives such as Aim Higher and Higher Futures.
Find out more
- Activities and support for students Our full range of projects and support for your students – delivered both in and out of school/college and tailored to different year groups.
- Download our school and college engagement programme
- WiSET (Women In science and engineering)
- Future Morph - the Science Council’s website which illustrates careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
- Maths careers
- Schools and Community Outreach blog
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