'Getting In and Getting On' - The Whole Student Life-cycle

The progression for disadvantaged young people is challenging at every level; they are less likely to study academically rigorous subjects at GCSE, they underachieve by over half a GCSE grade per subject and are less likely to progress onto A Level Post 16 study. They are less likely to progress to higher education and they are exponentially less likely to progress onto a highly selective university. And even when they have defied every trend, statistic and prediction, they suffer from long term disadvantage in the labour market.

We invite those from all sectors and stages to join us for a day of discussion to challenge disadvantage at every level. From primary to university, corporate business to charitable organisation, everyone has an important part to play in order to support ‘getting in and getting on’.

Join us for a range of dynamic and research led sessions on making tangible change to widening participation in the UK including:

  • King’s College London present new research on the travelling community – a gap in the WP mission
  • The Brilliant Club launch the Impact Toolkit
  • Parliamentary style debate in conjunction with Debate Mate featuring Professor Tom Ward, Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Leeds on the topic of ‘getting in and getting on.’
  • Workshops on every aspect of the student lifecycle… from primary to careers and everything in between… more updates to follow in the coming weeks!

 FAQs

How do I get there?

King’s College London is in the heart of the city and well served by public transport. It is around 20 minutes from King’s Cross St Pancras. The closest tube station is Temple, on the Circle and District lines. A number of other stations are also within walking distance, including Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Nothern lines), Covent Garden or Holborn (Piccadilly line and Bakerloo lines) and Embankment (District, Circle, Bakerloo and Nothern lines).

The closest train station is Charing Cross. Blackfriars and Waterloo are 15-20 mins walk (many buses are also available from Waterloo).

I have a question or a session I would really like to see at conference… can I suggest it?

Absolutely – please get in touch via Twitter @BrilliantClub or email us on conferences@thebrilliantclub.org, we would love to hear from you!

Can you meet my dietary requirements?

Our catering staff work to meet all dietary needs. Please record your dietary requirements on the booking form.

I have mobility requirements, is the building accessible?

The building is fully accessible however, if you have any mobility requirements, please do let us know in advance in order for us to best meet your needs.

What’s the refund policy?

Tickets are non refundable.