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Catherine Fenwick

Director – Programmes and Partnerships

Catherine joined the Aimhigher team in 2004.  She has developed key structures to support Aimhigher work in schools, colleges and universities including the Learner Progression Framework (LPF).  She established the Vocational Progression Scheme (VPS) in 2007 to encourage parity for vocational learners in applying to Higher Education and has drawn on her own mentoring experience (both as a mentor and mentee) when managing the Aimhigher Associate Programme.

Catherine has a wide experience of supporting learners from diverse backgrounds to unleash their potential which includes Teaching English as a Foreign Language both abroad and in the local FE sector, administering a grant-giving charitable trust to support students with extenuating circumstances to take part in overseas leadership expeditions and representing the UK on the European Board of the Erasmus Student Network.


Email: c.fenwick@kingston.ac.uk

Telephone: 020 8417 7564

Responsibilities: Single Point of Contact for NNCO, overall schools liaison including recruitment of NNCO ‘cold spot’ mainstream schools, working with parents.

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Suzanne Marchment

Director – Communication, QA and Target Programmes

Suzanne has worked with students in the area of social inclusion for the past 13 years.

She has taught Social, communication and Life Skills to students with a wide range of learning difficulties in FE, developed and co-ordinated  a Mentor programme for high achieving KS4 students at risk of exclusion , developed (in collaboration with the then DfES) and delivered group work modules for  the National Excellence in Cities Learning Mentor training.

Currently she is involved in developing progressive programmes of support for targeted young people.


Email: s.marchment@kingston.ac.uk

Telephone: 020 8417 7563

Responsibilities: LAC mentoring programme, Research and Evaluation, NNCO work with Special Schools and PRUs

Tanya Kireva

Support Officer


Email: t.kireva@kingston.ac.uk

Telephone: 020 8417 6501