For Schools

The Students into Schools programme is managed in two ways:

– students into schools modules, which form part of a student’s degree course and enable schools to draw upon the expertise and enthusiasm of our students in a particular subject
– students into schools volunteering, which includes literacy and numeracy support, general classroom assistance, mentoring, out-of-school activities and EAL support.

All students are DBS and reference checked and receive training from a range of education professionals in advance of starting their placements.

Most placements run for a minimum of 10 weeks from October to April. If your school has a specific need, not covered by the above, or you have an idea that you would like to develop with our students’ support, we would like to hear from you.

We would love to hear from you and to discuss your school’s needs in more detail, so please don’t hesitate to contact us:

sis@leeds.ac.uk or call us on 0113 3433762

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