IntoUniversity Brent

IntoUniversity Brent opened in April 2008, and was the third centre to be launched by the charity. The team has been delivering the IU programme to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds ever since.

To find out more about the team at Brent please explore the information below. If you have any questions for the Brent centre please do get in touch and the team will be happy to answer any of your queries.

 

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Claire Stancliffe

Claire Stancliffe joined us as our North and West Cluster Manager and Centre Leader at our Brent centre. Claire has a degree in History and Politics from The University of Edinburgh, and a PGCE with Spanish from UCL. 

Calum Douglas

Calum Douglas joined us in January 2016. Calum has a degree in History from the University of Sheffield. He has previously worked as a Senior Mentor for the Challenge and a Volunteer Development Worker with the International Citizen Service.

Katya Henson

Katya Henson joined us in August 2016. Katya has a degree in English from the University of Southampton. She previously worked as a Step Forward Engagement Co-ordinator at The Challenge.

Sophie Newton

Sophie Newton joined us in January 2017. Sophie has a degree in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute and was a Student Mentor at IntoUniversity's Lambeth and Walworth centres. She previously worked as a Classroom Assistant. 

How to find us

IntoUniversity Brent
St Mark's Church
Bathurst Gardens
London 
NW10 5HX

Nearest tube station is Kensal Green

View a map here.

Tel: 020 8968 7498

Email: brent@intouniversity.org

Before attending the centre for the first time, you will need to register by emailing or calling the centre.

 

What's on at the centre?

Monday

Secondary Academic Support 

3.45pm - 5.30pm 

Support from graduate staff and university-educated volunteers on schoolwork and exam revision. 
 


Tuesday and Wednesday 

Primary Academic Support 

3.45 - 5pm 

Support from graduate staff and university-educated volunteers on schoolwork and a target approach to improving literacy and numeracy.  
 


Thursday 

Secondary Academic Support 

3.45pm - 5.30pm 

Support from graduate staff and university-educated volunteers on schoolwork and exam revision.