Blog: Uni Connect
Inspiring creative futures at Leeds Creative Skillsfest
GHWY Uni Connect recently took over 100 learners studying creative subjects in years 10-13 to Leeds Creative Skillsfest
Brightness Mangolothi inspires with motivational talk
Brightness Mangolothi, a Director/CEO at Higher Education Resource Service - South Africa, recently gave a motivational talk to Go Higher West Yorkshire staff members.
Head of GHWY reflects on upcoming activities in 2023-24
Helen Sykes, the Head of Go Higher West Yorkshire, reflects on our upcoming activities in 2023-24.
Enhanced Careers Guidance sessions at Wakefield College
Students from Wakefield College have benefited from Enhanced Careers Guidance sessions.
Jamie Peacock visits Titus Salt School
Jamie Peacock MBE recently delivered a talk at Titus Salt School to help students manage stress and raise their aspirations.
Exploring healthcare careers: medical carousel for Elliott Hudson College students
Mid Yorks Trust, a renowned healthcare organisation, recently visited students at Elliot Hudson College for a medical/health carousel event.
Appleton Academy hosts the Cambridge Roadshow
Students from Appleton Academy attended an informative talk delivered by current Cambridge University undergraduates when they hosted the Cambridge Roadshow.
Cracking the case: students dive into the exciting world of crime solving
Students at Immanuel College learned the principles and role of forensic science during a Crime Scene Investigators Day.
Empowering critical thinking: Routes Puppets inspire students at Leeds College of Building
Leeds College of Building, in collaboration with Routes Puppets, organised an inspiring session to promote critical thinking skills among students.
Go Higher West Yorkshire: The power of inclusive recruitment
In this collaborative blog, we outline how and why Go Higher West Yorkshire (GHWY) is trying to move to more...
Understanding privilege, microaggressions, and allyship: A reflection
Members of Go Higher West Yorkshire recently participated in highly engaging and thought-provoking anti-racism training.
Celebrations, reflections and inclusive practices
Karin Sykes (Kirklees College) reflects on thinking spaces, which are created and facilitated to allow each person to have time to be heard, uninterrupted and without judgement.