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The Key Project is an exciting opportunity for Year 9s to receive free tuition in a chosen subject, as well as in-school mentoring to support you on your journey to a top university as well as a range of enrichment opportunities including trips and potential work experience. It is hosted in partnership with The Access Project thanks to support from Slaughter and May, the multinational law firm.

Applications are open to all students in Year 9, although only 20 final places will be offered, and tutoring and mentoring will start at the beginning of Year 10. As it is a programme designed for those from backgrounds that are underrepresented at top UK universities, students that are eligible for Free School Meals and Pupil Premium will be given a degree of preferential treatment when considering their applications.

Please see the video below where Mr Moulding, our Key Project Coordinator, will explain in more detail what the Key Project can offer.

Please apply using the online form here: . The deadline for applications is Friday 12th June. If you have any questions please send Mr Moulding a message at

The School will be examining the following factors in considering applications. Year 9s do not need to meet all of these criteria, they are just used to guide the decision making:

• School attendance and homework completion

• Behaviour and a commitment to improve grades

• Quality of application form

• No prior history of higher education in immediate family (except for siblings)

• Free School Meal and/or Pupil Premium Eligibility

• Postcode in an area of low progression to university

• Currently in care or are a care leaver



Please see below a link to the Community Bulletin no 15, a half-term issue.


Community Bulletin no 15 – half-term issue – Monday 25.5.20




Please find below a letter to Year 13 students and their parents in relation to upcoming deadlines for university applications, and the ongoing support the School will be providing.


Letter to Year 13 students




Please see below a link to the Community Bulletin issue no 14.


Community Bulletin no 14 – Thursday 21.5.20



Please find below links to online resources that offer mental health support for children and young people. – offers ideas for managing mood and allows access to 1:1 counselling through a webchat; their advice line is 0800 1111 – offers access to resources for managing mood and has an online feelings diary

Calm Harm – an app that has been developed for teenagers to help them manage low mood and to relax; it can be downloaded for free on a smartphone or tablet, for more information see


If a young person is worrying about the coronavirus or struggling with self-isolation, there are a couple of websites that they might find helpful:


Please see below a link to the Community Bulletin issue no 13.


Community Bulletin no 13 – Monday 18.5.20



Please see below a link to the Community Bulletin issue no 12.


Community Bulletin no 12 – Thursday 14.5.20



Please see below a link to the Community Bulletin issue no 11.


Community Bulletin no 11 – Monday 11.5.20



Please see below a link to the Community Bulletin issue no 10.


Community Bulletin no 10 – Thursday 7.5.20



To apply for a place at Central Foundation Boys’ School Sixth FormPlease Click Here