- To develop sets of learning or information materials or signpost to existing resources
- To jointly deliver activities with the target group
- To jointly deliver activities with those supporting and advising this group including teachers, careers staff, local authorities, social workers and HE practitioners
- To maximise opportunities for collaboration, partnerships, networking and information sharing.
We have welcomed attendance and engagement from a range of organisations including Article 26, Become, Drive Forward Foundation, the Mayor of London’s Office, the National Network for the Education of Care Leavers (NNECL), Stand Alone and others including Local Authorities.
All AccessHE members are invited to participate in this action forum. This forum is chaired by Liz Routhorn, Widening Participation Manager, London Metropolitan University.