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    1. "Crossing Barriers- effective mentoring works" Linda Leith Aimhigher Kent and Medway Schools Manager

    3. 43 Aimhigher Learning Mentors Across Kent & Medway Medway Model Kent Model Working in partnership with the HEIs and FECs Professional CPD Training

    4. Kent Model

    5. Medway Model

    6. AHKM Learning Mentors Operational Role

    8. Support students with UCAS statements and applications Identifying and supporting under-achieving WP Gifted and Talented students Support the students on vocational pathways Provide IAG for students progression to HE including finance information

    9. Attainment Raising 2007 4,014, Yrs 9-13 students received Aimhigher Learning Mentor support 250, L2 and L3 students in 31 schools receive undergraduates mentoring supported by Learning Mentors 1,460, Yr 10-11 students in 32 schools took part in study skills and revision sessions to increase academic performance 798, Yrs 10 -13 students are participating in the Link Peer Mentoring

    10. Learning Mentors supported 534 students applications to HE summer schools Students who attend HE events organised by Learning Mentors

    12. Transition Programmes

    13. Childrens Plan building brighter futures December 2007

    14. Headteacher quotes 2006-2007 One to one mentoring has 'saved' certain students who might well have continued to dwell in the land of underachievement and demotivation. HE awareness raising activities have definitely brought the world of HE to a wider audience. Northfleet School for Girls The programme has raised self esteem amongst not only the students but also the staff and parents - being a member of Aimhigher has been a total success. Swan Valley Community School The 6th Form feel valued and in a socially deprived area advice for students and parents who have not considered University is essential. Parents and students are also extremely concerned about funding issues. Younger students have had taster sessions and support sessions to raise aspirations as the majority of our students will be 1st time HE students.