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Gold award for student zoo experience A programme which inspired young people to study for careers working with animals has earned its [...]
Lottie, a student at Blackpool Sixth Form College, is heading for university after being encouraged by her work with our outreach team.
A programme designed to raise awareness of the wide range of sporting careers available to young people has helped 10 Year students from Fleetwood High School consider what their futures might hold.
Lancashire’s brightest young culinary stars had their skills put to the test at the finals of a regional competition, which aims to inspire the next generation of chefs and encourage young people to consider a career in the catering industry.
A group of Year 9 and 10 students from across Lancashire got the chance to explore what life may be like if they go on to study at university, thanks to the specially designed Higher Education Insight Days held by Future U.
The exam period can often be a stressful and overwhelming time for students, as their educational journeys come to an end and they prepare to put everything they’ve learnt to the test.
Secondary school pupils from Rawtenstall were given a taste of what they can expect from higher education when they experienced a day in the life of a university student.
A performing arts workshop, funded by Future U, allowed students to hone their theatre skills by participating in dancing, singing and acting exercises - culminating in a final group performance to round off the day
Year 10 pupils from schools in West Lancashire and Fleetwood have completed a programme created to empower participants, increase self-confidence and equip them for their futures.