Read&Write is available for home use. Free!
Your school has been using a software tool called Read&Write from Texthelp to help every pupil improve in literacy. We’re pleased to say that this is now available for home use on any device your child uses.
This means that the software they use in school can now also be used at home for homework and study – in an effort by the school to support every child’s learning.
Read&Write is a piece of software that works as a ‘toolbar’ in conjunction with familiar tools such as Word, Google Docs and web browsers. It offers a range of powerful support tools to help students gain confidence with reading, writing, studying and research:
At school, your child is already using Read&Write to access these powerful learning tools, and you can now download the software for home use by following the links below.
The school is very encouraged by the progress many pupils have already made in school by using Read&Write and we hope you will take the time to download the software at home so they can continue to receive this fantastic support tool.
Together we’ll help them reach their potential.
You can download on up to 5 devices – Windows PC, Google Browser, Chromebook and Mac are all supported.
|Read&Write for Google||Read&Write for Windows
To download, please contact the school.
Always use the valid pupils school email account information when logging into Read&Write software.
We are pleased to announce that the Social Mobility Foundation’s free Aspiring Professionals Programme is now open for 2019. We would be would be delighted if you could share this email with relevant contacts.
Aspiring Professionals Programme (APP)
The APP supports high achieving Year 13 students from low income backgrounds across the UK to access top universities and careers. We offer support through our four pillars:
How students receive our four pillars of support is dependent on where they live. Please see below for further details of the programmes we offer.
Watch our video to hear from SMF students.
Students must apply by Friday 21st of December 2018 by completing our application form here.
APP Residential offers the opportunity to undertake a one or two week internship with a top employer in London with all expenses paid. In addition to the internship, students receive skill sessions and university application support whilst on the residential. Their mentor will be from the employer that they undertake their placement with.
APP Residential is available to students interested in:
Accountancy | Banking & Finance| Digital | Engineering & Physics | Law | Medicine* | No Preference
We are very keen to work with schools, colleges and parts of the country that do not usually have young people on our programmes. Therefore, if this applies to you and your top achievers don’t quite meet our criteria, you should encourage them to apply as they may still be eligible to receive support from us.
APP Reach is designed to offer as many aspects of our programme as we can to people who could benefit from our activities and resources, subject to our capacity and their location. All students will receive a mentor and access to online resources. To find out more about APP Reach, please contact us.
Find our teacher guidance notes here.
If you would like to request a school visit from the SMF, simply complete our booking form here.
Deadline – Friday 21st of December 2018
Please encourage your students to apply!
“The summer residential internship at Jacobs was everything that I was hoping it would be and more! It provided me with countless opportunities that I never would have had otherwise. I’ve networked with and met professionals and it’s built up so many of my skills, as well as building my confidence. I have made friends for life on this programme and it’s all thanks to the SMF” – Amy, 2018 Cohort, County Londonderry
Please let me know if I can help to support student applications or answer questions. We are keen to support as many students from Loreto Grammar School as possible this year.
Shivangi Rajani | Programme Engagement Intern
The Social Mobility Foundation
1st and 2nd Floor, 43-47 Leadenhall Market, London EC3V 1LR
Have a look at the overview for 2017-18 Shared Education
The Year 13 Option Pools are as follows;
|Option Pool A||Option Pool B||Option Pool C||Option Pool D|
|Biology||Art & Design||Biology||Business Studies|
|Geography||Irish||BTEC Sports Studies||Mathematics|
|App. Health & Social Care||Government & Politics||Nutrition & Food Science||History|
|Physics||Religious Studies||App. Health & Social Care||Geography|
|Religious Studies||Mathematics||Sociology||App. Health & Social Care|
|Performing Arts (OLC)||Software Systems (OLC)||Technology & Design|
|BTEC Construction (OLC)|
|BTEC Engineering (OLC)|
|BTEC Agriculture (OLC)|
Please Note: Pupils must arrange an Interview time by contacting the School Office