At Hepp we are passionate about our high quality resources for teachers, advisers and other influencers of learners and future learners. These are available for individuals in the above roles by registering here.
We are very aware that in the current circumstances created by the Covid-19 pandemic, there are a lot of students learning in a home environment and many parents and guardians helping them with this. In order to help at this time we have collected a sample of our most appropriate resources which do not require Hepp/teacher delivery here. It is our hope that these will be used in the coming days and weeks to enable family learning and foster conversations about higher education in the home. Although the resources below are primarily geared towards Y11 and beyond, there is no reason why they cant be shared with young people in the home. These resources are completely free to use and require no registration.
To Go or Not To Go? The Hepp Guide to Higher Education
Hepp guide to higher education. In this booklet there is information about student finance, benefits of higher education, student life, choices and pathways, degree apprenticeships and degrees in colleges.
An information guide produced by the University of Sheffield to show what financial support you can be entitled to from the government and the university. This guide refers to the student finance provision for the 2019/20 academic year.
Interactive PowerPoint based presentation with delivery notes covering the UCAS course search function. The lesson plan and resources for this presentation are in the 'Lesson Plan' section of the resources page.
PowerPoint based presentation with delivery notes covering key messages about higher education student finance for Y11-Y13 students. This presentation is updated with the 2019/20 figures. The accompanying lesson plan is in the 'Lesson Plan' section of resources.
Powerpoint based presentation with delivery notes covering key messages about choices and progression pathways to higher education. The accompanying lesson plan is in the 'lesson plans' section of resources.
These resources are produced by The University of Sheffield. They are free, online taster courses to help you try a subject, meet academic staff and get a taste of university before you make a decision.