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NCS for your students

NCS is an amazing opportunity for your students to boost their CV, develop life skills and take their next steps with confidence.

NCS is supported by head teachers across the country, and UCAS recommends students include NCS in their personal statement when applying to university.

Find out how NCS makes a difference to young lives and contact us to see how your school can get involved. 

Ofsted guidance for inspectors mentions NCS as a programme likely to be referenced by secondary schools and whose positive impact on pupils, where evidenced, may be considered as part of the inspection report. We have created a checklist here to be completed by schools or colleges highlighting your engagement with NCS and the impact of on your students. 

How your students can benefit

Independent evaluation shows NCS is tackling key social challenges by building a movement of young people who are more capable, connected and compassionate. 

  • “There is no downside to getting involved. It doesn’t cost the school anything – all the school has to do is promote NCS to the young people.”

    Phil Ryland,
    Head teacher, Lincolnshire
  • “I would urge schools and colleges to work with NCS and together we can help prepare and develop young people for the future.”

    Brian Lightman,
    Former General Secretary,
    Association of School and College Leaders

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Get in touch

Contact our Schools partnerships team to sign up your school or answer any queries you have about schools working with NCS