We have had coverage of our work in outlets including The Telegraph, The Guardian, Sky News and BBC News, and regularly contribute opinion pieces to the national and education sector press.
Brightside’s mentoring has been highlighted as good practice in reports by Department for Education, House of Commons Business, Innovation and Skills and Education Joint Select Committee and Universities UK among others.
Our senior staff regularly speak at conferences run by organisations such as UCAS, Higher Education Policy Institute and Westminster Briefing. We are also active members of a number of policy groups including the Fair Education Alliance, Universities UK Social Mobility Practitioners Reference Group, National Education Opportunities Network (NEON) and Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (HEFCE) Strategic Advisory Committee on Teaching Excellence and Student Opportunity.
Brightside Chief Executive Anand Shukla and Deputy Chief Executive Sue Maskrey are available for media interviews and speaking slots. We also have a number of young people willing to speak about their own experiences of education issues.
Please contact Paul Clarke on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 922 7796 to find out more.
Your mentor’s advice is some of the best, unbiased and helpful advice you’ll ever receive. She helped me decide which course to pick and I’m really glad I am where I am today. I’m studying nursing at University of Glasgow and I’ve been in several hospitals learning the ropes. I can't believe I'm already this far through the training. I've grown so much as a person since I started!’