The Brilliant Club for Pupils
Here you will find a variety of resources from The Brilliant Club’s programmes, designed to support pupils from 10-18.
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We have a range of sessions available to view on university information, advice and guidance, which are suitable for pupils from age 10-18 interested in learning more about university and the application process. You can access The Brilliant Club’s YouTube channel here, or work your way through our videos using these links:
In this section you will find a selection of sessions on study skills, including essay writing and note taking. This section can be used by all pupils but is especially suitable for pupils aged 10-14.
In the coming weeks, subject experts will be producing masterclasses on a range of topics, suitable for pupils aged 14-18. We will also share sessions on study skills linked to specific subject disciplines.
- Virology: The How and Why of Poxvirus Research
- History: Law and Order in Medieval Towns
- Science: Selective Attention
- Psychology: Emotion Induction
Subject-specific study skills
Uni Pathways is a programme run by our Researchers in Schools participants for Key Stage 4 pupils.
A range of Arts and Humanities and STEM workbooks that pupils can use for independent learning will be uploaded here. These workbooks have been created and generously shared by teachers on the Researchers in Schools Programme:
Many of our friends have online resources that may be of benefit to young people and teachers:
Learning with Parents: a free programme of maths resources from EYFS to Year 6
University of Manchester: Jodrell Bank science learning at home
Advancing Access: Teacher and adviser CPD
University of Southampton: Online educational resources
Goldsmiths, University of London: Creative writing competitions for pupils aged 16-18
Future Learn: Prepare for career success at university with Goldsmiths
Wrexham Glyndwr University: The confident learner – online course
The University of Sheffield: Sheffield city tour
The University of Sheffield: Pre-entry information and digital literacy tutorials
ImpactEd: Online pupil monitoring, tracking and evaluation
In these unprecedented times for schools and young people we are making these resources available with a view to achieving our mission, increasing the number of pupils from underrepresented backgrounds progressing to highly-selective universities.
We are grateful for all support towards our work, which helps us to reach thousands of young people across the UK in pursuit of our mission. If you would like to support The Brilliant Club, you can find out about donating to the charity and more ways you can help us here.
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