Outreach

Outreach is a very important part of being OUSoc.

There is a vast amount we can contribute to our local schools in very simple ways.

Our aim is to raise the aspiration of the able young people in our community who would never think of applying to Oxford and similar universities, as well as to help them along this way if we can.

Two ways in which we have already started outreach:

Mock Oxbridge Interviews

For schoolchildren, just being put on the spot by someone they do not know is a valuable experience. We have conducted a number of mock interviews at local schools, and they turned out very helpful for children. One Bristol state school recently wrote:
"I thought I would let you know that <...>, with whom you did a mock interview, has been successful in his application to Oxford to study Medicine! He has to get A*AA grades but I think that’s within his reach. He asked me specifically to thank you for your support. It really helped his preparation. Thank you from me too – it was much appreciated!"

Speaking at School Assemblies

We spoke to children at local schools, sharing with them our own experiences of getting into, and being at, Oxford. The final years at primary schools are a very formative time for young people and such speeches can have great impact.

Talk at Bridge Farm Primary School

Help the Outreach Team!

There are many other ways of outreach engagement, both at the local level and with the wider community.

We value your involvement. If you would like to contribute to the above or if you have ideas of your own, please Get in touch with OUSBB Outreach

News and Events

AGM Menu Available

The dinner menu for the Annual General Meeting has been made available:

AGM Dinner Menu

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AGM and Dinner – 2017

Date: 6PM, Thursday, 19 October 2017

Venue: Francis Hotel, Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HH (map)

Dress Code: Smart Casual

More details.

Book Club Meeting in Bristol

The next meeting of the OUSBB Book Club has been announced!

Date: Monday, 16 October 2017
Venue: Cental Bristol
Book: The Price of Inequality, Joseph Stiglitz

If you would like to join or find out more, please email bookclub@oxford-bristolbath.org.

Freshers Event – 2017

Free
Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2017
Time: 7 pm – 10 pm
Venue: Widcombe Social Club, Widcombe Hill, Bath, BA2 6AA
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The Oxford Alumni Society for Bristol and Bath would like to invite you to meet other freshers from the Bristol and Bath area before starting your course.

We've arranged the event because we know that it's fun to make friends before you start at Oxford.  The dress code is casual and there will be a cash bar.