WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES…and the difference is you
The “What A Difference a Day Makes” Summer Step Up programme is 24 hours of support delivered online over 8 weeks of the 2021 Summer holidays to help students leaving school at 16 get themselves fully ready for college.
Just three hours a week of online study and support over 8 weeks will help you flex those rusty study muscles, set some goals for Year 12, make sure that you’re confident about the prospect of doing some of your study online next year and brush up on some of the basic skills needed for college study.
Take a look below at what the course includes, meet some of the team and what will happen next. Then, when you’re ready apply here. Applications are open until May 28th, but places will get snapped up – so don’t delay!
Download our flier with more information on the course, and a chance to meet the tutors:
Read on for some feedback from previous students:
“Everything was perfect! The environment! The people! The teachers and mentors were absolutely astonishing and remarkable! Thank you for this programme!!! “
“I enjoyed attending the sessions and then also having nice conversations with all the other people and having a laugh“
“The thing I enjoyed the most about being part of the WADADM Summer programme was that it was deeply useful to me, it kept me motivated, the sessions were interesting, soothing, entertaining and helped me learn to get used to just keep going and work hard, and I feel a little more confident than before“
“Gaining confidence and learning so many new things“
Thank you to my mentor and my maths tutor I wouldn’t have been confident about showing my face, using my voice, my work or what I was saying in chat without you!
“Found it very useful and enjoyed it “
“The Wellbeing session was extremely helpful for my mental health and my physical health. It really helped me to think clearly and helped me to learn things that can help me.“
“It helped me to gain confidence in things that I am now doing in my life“
“I enjoyed everything about it ”
“I liked having something to do and I enjoy the fact I now feel confident in getting the grades I need”
“I enjoyed being able to see different ways to tackle problems whether it be maths or otherwise”