Information for Schools and Colleges

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Receive updates

Keep up to date with the latest events & activities via our mailing lists.

Teacher mailing list

Sign-up to our teacher mailing list to receive monthly event updates, tips, helpful eBooks, and a whole host of insider information to help you support your students.

Student mailing list

Sign-up to our prospective student mailing list to receive monthly event invites, support with your university application and other key updates from the University.

Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths mailing list

Sign up to our monthly STEM newsletter to receive STEM Outreach opportunities straight to your inbox - suitable for teachers and prospective students.

Get in touch

If you have any questions about our outreach or how we can support your students, we'd love to hear from you.

If you'd like to make a visit/event booking, please use the relevant online form, so that we can capture all of the relevant information. 

To contact the team, please direct your query to the relevant email address:

Queries regardingContact method
School/College outreach queries
PARTNERS Programme (including referee queries) Enquiry Form
Bitesize Uni (year 12 summer school)
Visit Bursaries
FutureMe Mentors
General enquiries about Newcastle University Enquiry form

Give us a call on 0191 208 6094

Alternatively, if you'd prefer to call the team, we are available via phone during the following office hours:

  • Monday to Thursday: 08:30 - 17:00
  • Friday: 08:30 - 16:30

Make a booking

Use the relevant form to book one of our events & activities.

Outreach booking (on-campus & in-school events) Click here
Visit bursary Click here
Open Day school group bookings Click here
Open Day student bookings  Click here 

University events calendar

In addition to the above, check the University events calendar for further opportunities to engage with the University.

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Health & safety

All of our events are risk assessed and we have a comprehensive child protection framework in place which all staff adheres to.

The following two policies detail the measures taken by the Student Recruitment Team, to ensure visitor and attendee safety throughout any events that the team hosts.

In addition, each event hosted by the Student Recruitment Team will be fully risk-assessed - alongside the team's Fire & Bomb Procedure (Nov 22) - to ensure participant safety.

Event-specific risk assessments will be distributed among attendees in advance of the relevant event. Event-specific risk assessments can also be requested from the event organiser, or by contacting the Student Recruitment Team via the relevant method.

Child Safeguarding Framework

The following framework details a series of policies and procedures that are in place for all of the events delivered by the Student Recruitment Team:

Key to this framework is our Child Protection Policy, which is updated annually and includes recommendations from the Department of Education, the NSPCC and other relevant organisations:‌

As per the above policy, all staff have received an Enhanced DBS Check and receive annual child protection training from an external body, such as the NSPCC.

External Speakers at our Events and the Prevent Duty

Higher education institutions have a duty of care to students, staff and visitors. This includes a commitment to the Prevent Duty, one of four work strands that make up the government‘s counter-terrorism strategy.

Sometimes we may partner with external organisations, to support the delivery of our events and activities. All external organisations are risk assessed in line with the following University policies:


Find out how we use & store your data.

Learn about our ongoing commitment to data protection by reading our Data Privacy Notices, which outline how we use your data and keep it safe.