Access all areas

Access All Areas is the newest volunteering arm of the Students' Union, bringing together a range of student-led educational volunteer projects in the local community. All of our projects have the same aim - to improve access and widen participation in education.

We have both one-off and volunteering opportunities that run throughout the year.

We lead workshops in local primary schools, run educational outreach projects and mentoring schemes in the community. So if you're passionate about access, and looking to volunteer or set up your own project, come and get involved!

catherine.kisanji@manchester.ac.uk or volunteering.su@manchester.ac.uk

https://www.facebook.com/pg/AccessAllAreasManchester

@AccessMCR

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We have a number of projects that work with children aged 5-11 years old in primary schools.

This includes our incredibly successful Reading Mentor’s project which increases the confidence of young readers.

We also work alongside STEMSoc to run a Coding Club to introduce coding to local youngsters.
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We have a number of projects that work with Teenagers aged 11-16 years old in Secondary/ High schools

These include

The super successful LIGHTSS after school GCSE revision drop-in
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We have a number of projects that work young adults aged 16-18 college/ sixth form

These include LIGHTSS A levels revision drop-ins

LIGHTSS A levels revision drop-ins

Medics Outreach Manchester (MOMS) invite Year 12s get the chance to experience life as a medical student and gain a valuable experience to enhance their application.

MedReach E-Mentoring
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We also have a range of projects which work with a range of age groups and current students.

STEMSOC Travelab- delivering science and technology workshops in local libraries and events

Consider Postgrad: a project aiming to make postgraduate education more accessible for current undergraduate students

 

The Committee

Our committee support the running and development of our projects-

Meet the 2018-2019 committees below:

  • Chair: Leah Stella
  • Vice Chair: Paige Moseley
  • Events Coordinator: Yu Siong Ho
  • Treasurer: Laura Walker
  • Research Coordinator: Adam Rogers

Access all areas (Accessibility Version)

Access all areas

Access All Areas is the newest volunteering arm of the Students' Union, bringing together a range of student-led educational volunteer projects in the local community. All of our projects have the same aim - to improve access and widen participation in education.

We have both one-off and volunteering opportunities that run throughout the year.

We lead workshops in local primary schools, run educational outreach projects and mentoring schemes in the community. So if you're passionate about access, and looking to volunteer or set up your own project, come and get involved!

Email: catherine.kisanji@manchester.ac.uk or volunteering.su@manchester.ac.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AccessAllAreasManchester

Twitter: @AccessMCR

Primary Volunteering Opportunities

We have a number of projects that work with children aged 5-11 years old in primary schools.

This includes our incredibly successful Reading Mentor’s project which increases the confidence of young readers.

We also work alongside STEMSoc to run a Coding Club to introduce coding to local youngsters.

Secondary Volunteering

We have a number of projects that work with Teenagers aged 11-16 years old in Secondary/ High schools

These include

The super successful LIGHTSS after school GCSE revision drop-in

College Volunteering Opportunities

We have a number of projects that work young adults aged 16-18 college/ sixth form

These include LIGHTSS A levels revision drop-ins

LIGHTSS A levels revision drop-ins

Medics Outreach Manchester (MOMS) invite Year 12s get the chance to experience life as a medical student and gain a valuable experience to enhance their application.

MedReach E-Mentoring

Community and current students projects

We also have a range of projects which work with a range of age groups and current students.

STEMSOC Travelab- delivering science and technology workshops in local libraries and events

Consider Postgrad: a project aiming to make postgraduate education more accessible for current undergraduate students

The Committee

Our committee support the running and development of our projects-

Meet the 2018-2019 committees below:

  • Chair: Leah Stella
  • Vice Chair: Paige Moseley
  • Events Coordinator: Yu Siong Ho
  • Treasurer: Laura Walker
  • Research Coordinator: Adam Rogers