Year 10 ‘Go Further’ Online Mentoring

Year 10 ‘Go Further’ Online Mentoring

Are you in Year 10 and thinking about what you want to do when you leave school?

Are you looking for extra support with different study skills to help you right now?

Would you like individual support from a Higher Education mentor?

If your answer was yes to any of the questions above why not take a look at the Go Further Online Mentoring programme from Brightside and Greater Manchester Higher? It’s free and flexible so you can message via a text messaging app when it suits you!

“It has helped me realise I need to plan ahead instead of waiting for my life to fall into place”

Previous Year 10 learner

What is Go Further mentoring?

Go Further is an online mentoring project for Year 10 students, it will help you to explore and discuss your options after Year 11. You will have the opportunity to speak with a student ambassador studying at higher education over four weeks via 1-1 messaging through the Brightside platform.

What’s involved?

You will be matched with a Mentor who is best placed to support you based on your interests. You will exchange messages online with your mentor who will share a range of resources to help you explore your options after school and help you with making decisions about the future. The project is flexible and the Brightside platform can be accessed online anywhere, at any time.

How do you sign up?

To register your interest visit this link click the ‘Express your interest’ button:

For more information you can visit GM Higher website:

Deadline: 15 March 2021

Find out more about yourself and where your interests could take you!

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