Percentage of students obtaining a place at top universities

We are delighted to announce the commencement of the Lampton Exceptional Scholars Programme in September 2015. This unique and bespoke course is an elite training programme that will support Lampton’s most academically aspirational students in their pursuit of places at the country’s most selective universities and employers.

The programme will facilitate the development of skills that top universities and employers demand from students:
• Analysis and evaluation
• Problem solving
• Debate, discussion and high level verbal communication
• Logical, careful and critical thinking
• High level academic literacy

 

The programme will support students as they work to develop and extend these high-level, vital skills, through a variety of different learning opportunities. Furthermore, the programme will support those candidates who will be sitting the BMAT (Med/VetMed, Dentistry), UKCAT (Med/VetMed) and LNAT (Law) examinations.
The Lampton Exceptional Scholars Programme will be an important asset to students’ profile, UCAS application, references, CV and employment application, as it is evidence of one’s personal commitment to self-development.
We look forward to supporting our students’ in their pursuit of excellence.

 

Each year we place students on each of the following long-term programmes are running:

This is a two-year project for Year 12 students from disadvantaged backgrounds with the potential to progress to higher education, focussing on three aims:

  1. To develop independent learning and critical thinking skills
  2. To provide experience of a range of SOAS subjects
  3. To deepen participants’ understanding of the HE sector and application process

Students meet with current SOAS students on a regular basis, with the overarching structure focussing on building skills and knowledge in term one, working towards producing a written piece of work in term two, and exploring higher education options in the summer.

SOAS Step-On
The programme offers an exciting range of masterclass discussions alongside mentoring from current UCL students. Lectures have included: Torture in the 21st century, Could you run the NHS? What do babies know?

UCL Unilink Programme
This is a holistic professional development programme for talented year 11-13 students from under-represented backgrounds.

The programme is made up of academic & professional training, mentoring, work experience opportunities and university access. SEO Scholars exists to helps participating students gain places at the very best UK universities and go on to secure work in some of the world’s most rewarding and competitive industries after graduation.

SEO Scholar programme
This is an on-going programme with Kings College. Students attend a variety of engaging sessions aimed at widening their subject knowledge. Additionally they have the support of mentors.

Kings College: K+ induction
This summer school has specialist links to a range on International companies and offers a fully comprehensive programme to support the students’ application to university. Students enter a competition where they wrote about what they thought the best invention was.

Headstart STEM Summer school
This summer school and Saturday extension class is highly competitive and draws students from across London to engage in extension activities that prepare students for life at top universities.

LSE Choice
As a partnership school with Sussex University a number of students have signed up to the Sussex Scholars programme where they can attend a number of summer schools and receive discounts if they apply to the university.

Students have attended a number of workshops, including a highly successful experimental psychology day.

Sussex University