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North Tyneside Council Measles Advice



Future First’s vision is that every state school and college is supported by a thriving, engaged alumni community that helps each to do more for their students. There are so many great reasons for students to stay connected after they have left.

For generations private schools and universities have seen the value in keeping former students engaged after they graduate. These alumni have an affinity to the young people who study in the years after them and are a part of the same community.Now, thanks to Future First, state schools in the UK and around the world, can systematically engage with their former students at an affordable cost.With the lowest levels of social mobility in the OECD, young people across the UK are having their potential limited.

In-school volunteers, financing school trips, e-mentoring programmes and relatable role models can all help equip young people with the support, aspiration and information they need to succeed.Future First was founded by a team of state school graduates, motivated by their own experiences and desires to improve the support offered to young people at school as they consider their futures.

Today, supported by thought leaders such as the Sutton Trust and calling upon an advisory council of experts, Future First is working across the UK to ensure that every school can become a community, and every young person can benefit.If you are a former student who would like to sign up:

For recent leavers or Year 11 - 13 students sign up: up and be part of a growing number of students who are staying part of a successful school.If you have any questions please contact: Mrs Gillian Allen at Churchill Commuity College.