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Swansea HE+ consortium welcomes new Sixth Form Students
The HE+ launch event, held at Gower College Swansea on Tuesday 24 September, was attended by Paul Murphy MP, the Welsh Government's Oxbridge Ambassador, as well as representatives from the University of Cambridge. In his speech at the beginning of the evening, Mr Murphy encouraged the students to aim high, to consider applying to top universities and to fulfil their potential.
The goal of HE+ is to help groups of schools and colleges from a particular area to work together, with support from staff at one of the Cambridge Colleges, to share best practice in supporting and challenging their brightest students with extension activities, and to encourage and prepare talented academic students to compete for places at top universities.
Following a very successful pilot last year, seven schools and one college from Swansea are working together again to offer their students the opportunity to take part in a programme of stretching and challenging activities. The students will attend subject extension sessions on a monthly basis, and receive masterclasses from Cambridge academics. In addition, they will have an opportunity to visit Churchill College, Cambridge, to explore the University and meet with current undergraduates.
Gower College, Swansea's Oxbridge Coordinator, Felciity Padley, acts as the coordinator for the HE+ consortium in Swansea. She said: "Staff in the consortium are looking forward to working with this year's intake of Year 12 students, and were really pleased by the enthusiasm shown by all concerned at our launch event on 24 September. We're particularly grateful that Paul Murphy, Oxbridge Ambassador for Wales, and Jess Bond, HE+ Coordinator at Cambridge, gave their time to join us, and thank the University of Cambridge for allowing us to continue the HE+ project."
Jonathan Padley, Widening Participation Officer at Churchill College, Cambridge, will be liaising with staff and students throughout the programme. He said: "Churchill College, Cambridge, is delighted to be participating in the second year of HE+ in Swansea. We appreciate the support of the Cambridge Admissions Office, and the considerable work which teachers and lecturers in Swansea put in to make this project so successful. There is an extraordinary wealth of academic talent in Swansea, as there is elsewhere in Wales. We hope that HE+ will encourage participants to aim high and achieve well."