Our Supporters

  • Brightside

    We continue to work with Brightside to develop our Online Hub where Scholars can talk to their E-Mentor, find useful study information and share their ideas and work. The hub also helps us with administrating the programme.

  • Emmanuel College

    In partnership with Emmanuel College, Cambridge, we are working towards removing the barriers to academic success for high ability A-level students from less advantaged backgrounds in the Thurrock area of Essex. The programme aims to develop the students’ self-esteem, aspirations, study, life skills, and attainment to enable them to gain a place at a top university.

  • IGGY

    IGGY is a global education social network for students aged 13 to 18 that aims to connect and challenge the world's brightest young minds.

  • Lancaster University

    We are working in partnership with Lancaster University to provide students in East Lancashire, one of the top 10 most deprived areas in the UK, with targeted support through a new Scholars Programme.

  • Oxfizz

    OxFizz is a social enterprise where volunteers offer their time and skills, raising money for charity in the process. They provide rigorous Oxbridge interview practice for our Scholars.

  • Potential Plus UK

    We work in partnership with Potential Plus UK, who provide support and training for the families of Scholars and students.

  • Pure Potential

    Pure Potential offers free university and career advice to students and teachers from state schools and colleges. Since 2005, over one million people have visited their Potential website, attended their events or read their sixth form guide APPLY®. 75% of the students they meet at their PP: Sixth events have secured a place at a Times Top 50 University, one-third go on to study at a Russell Group University, and many have secured places on competitive school leaver and apprenticeship schemes.

  • Trinity College Cambridge

    Since September 2016, Trinity College Cambridge has been the University Sponsor for our Scholars Programme in Swindon. We are currently working with them to improve the aspirations and attainment of bright students from lower-income and other under-represented backgrounds in the area.

  • University of East Anglia

    We are working in partnership with the University of East Anglia to provide a Scholars Programme which will improve the aspirations and attainment of able students from less advantaged backgrounds in Norfolk.

  • University of Sussex

    Since September 2016, the University of Sussex has been the University Sponsor for our Scholars Programme in Crawley. We are currently working with them to improve the aspirations and attainment of bright students from lower-income and other under-represented backgrounds in the area.