Nominations are now open for the AQA Unlocking Potential 2019/20 programme.

AQA Unlocking Potential is an eight month ‘transformational’ mentoring programme for young people aged from 11-19 years of age, run jointly with education charity AQA.

Young people will get the chance to work with and learn from the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust’s team of inspirational athlete mentors. AQA Unlocking Potential aims to raise young people’s aspirations and expectations on future life goals, whether from school to Further Education, Further Education to Higher Education, or into training and employment. Young people are to be nominated by their teachers who believe that they would benefit from mentoring support to develop life skills and increase their confidence, self-belief and motivation. 

Nominations for the 2019/20 programme are now open

For the 2019/20 programme we are asking schools and colleges to:

  • Nominate students from 11-19 years of age (previously 14-19)
  • Teachers should nominate four students per school

You can find out more about eligibility criteria and the nominations process here and you can find out more about the AQA Unlocking Potential programme in the film of last year's programme below: