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Published on March 5, 2014

Author: kiechelle



How to create a low cost high quality student enrichment programme in UK schools and colleges

Student Enrichment Programmes Developing a low cost, high quality offer Kiechelle Degale CONSULTANT KiE Leadership Training & Development ltd

     Your trainer today is Kiechelle Degale Successfully managed ECM, Healthy College and Enrichment programmes for over 8 years Won a National Award from LSIS in 2009 for enrichment Trained 1000’s of young people and college staff in various aspects of Leadership Development Extensive experience in creating, launching and developing low cost enrichment programmes

Accessing and using free services  Seeking and Sourcing alternative funding streams for activities  Getting student competitions funded externally  Creating, sharing and recommending resources with other providers  Developing innovative and creative ways of accessing external provision 

Using local businesses/Councils to develop student projects  Closer working and Partnerships with Student Unions  Motivating & Engage staff to be more involved 

Where your organisation is in respect of their current enrichment provision  How and where savings can be made, without compromising quality  How to apply the techniques and approaches covered to your organisation 

  Entitlement funding relates only to full time students aged 16-19. It is intended to fund activities that do not, in themselves, lead to qualifications – tutorial support and guidance and activities known as enrichment. In 2011/12 the funding for the entitlement was reduced substantially – from 114 guided learning hours (glh) to 30 resulting in a cut of around £500 per full time student The cut was not accompanied by any changed expectation on schools and colleges and simply represents a reduction in unit costs.

Organisations concerned about the enrichment cuts, sustainability or future development of enrichment  Organisations who have an existing enrichment programme but would like to further explore some alternative low cost methods of delivery  Organisations who have been ‘forced’ to reduce their provision due to cuts but would like to reintroduce a free/ low cost quality service 

Exploring what is expected of an effective enrichment programme and the strategies currently in place within the participants organisations:  Does your current model meet the required standard for the new Ofsted inspection?  Does it support your equality and diversity policy? 

This exercise will assist you in identifying your gaps and specific needs in your current programme  Please refer to your packs  Your trainer will give you further instructions 

Exploring current types of enrichment programmes in the UK  What works well and not so well in your current programme?  Identifying your priorities  What would your ideal programme look like? 

Current funding issues in the sector and the impact on enrichment provisions  Concerns from young people and current campaigns for enrichment  Why continue enrichment? What is the true benefit of enrichment to young people? Cutting cost  Where did this decision come from? 

How to access and use the free or low cost services of the local community Examples of low cost or free resources Local Council  Local Police  Traffic Police  Drug and Alcohol units  Terrance Higgins Trust or similar  Using local authors or poets  Local hair and beauty centres 

         Free talks from local banks LGBT free talks Past students /University/ free curriculum and ‘moving forward’ talks Health campaigns Safety campaigns Peace talks offered by family of knife and gun crime victims Peace talks offered by local community faith officers Free tasters i.e. Deaf awareness training, first aid etc Employability training and talks from local employers/ businesses

Working with big corporate brand names, meeting their own need for community development projects and creating win -win projects  Projects include: Silver Surfers, anti knife /anti gun crime awareness, dragons den type and other business related projects, team building day out, various Leadership development projects etc . 

Shared recommendations  Shared database of activities  Shared enrichment campaigns  Negotiation of sessions for large group bookings  Cross college competitions  Student exchange visits for sharing good practice and further learning 

Existing student groups     Get more out of your student Union and Student Executives Create student focus groups to evaluate a wide range of college services – run by students Using internal contracts i.e. catering services to run activities , competitions and provide free talks on nutrition Develop very close links with your marketing department to highlight and promote all you do

 Curriculum enrichment  Talented staff to run activities [1 hr per wk] on a topic they enjoy –open access to all students  Encourage students to fundraise and celebrate causes they are passionate about  Train current Student Union to work with Student Councils in local schools to develop a model for student voice  Student run groups, committees and boards

       National Citizens Service Advertise and encourage the use of volunteers Open up opportunities for interns Use current students to volunteer in college Use past students to volunteer to run projects and activities Develop volunteering policy Develop links with volunteering centres e.g. V inspired and become a V inspired Award Centre

Locating and sourcing additional funding for student activities  Past Alumni groups  Sponsoring of Fresher's Fair by businesses  Commercial displays in student areas for cash  Environmental projects run by external environmental groups

What would you like to fund?  How much do you need?  Top tips Key organisations: Sports England Grants for Sports Big Society Awards Safer London Foundation Awards for All Jack Petchey Awards [London] 

Use existing resources, equipment, rooms, and facilities to create income  Room booking and hire –meetings, venue or sporting activities  Hire to existing local clubs –and /or get free places for students  Hire of equipment or resources including student performances  Students create products for sale i.e. cookbooks, art work etc  Recycle drive – clothes, electrical, CD’s, old videos, gadgets, books etc  College car boot sale with a % going back to fund student activities  College Auction, staff/ student to donate items for fundraising  Abseiling down the college building, set fee for entry, open to all student and staff

Local borough hire of space for summer activities and clubs  Local business clubs use college space for training and conferences 

 Creating your personal outline action plan of how to save or considerably cut the cost of Enrichment whilst adding incredible value to the student body [based around group exercise] Further instruction from trainer – see packs

How to create a personalised model of Enrichment based around cutting cost and maximizing quality that's right for your organisation  See explanation in your pack  Your trainer will give you further instructions     

 See packs for handouts

We hope this training has provided you with both useful and valuable information and ideas to positively impact your student enrichment programme. Please remember to complete your feedback forms. Thank you for attending

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