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Year 10s and 11s, please watch this video to find out all of your options for staying in some form of learning until you are 18.
Students can access a range of careers web-sites which will help you with your career planning. All students can access the following web-sites which can help you with Year 8 and 9 options as well as your choices after Years 11 and 13.
Success at School is the place for students to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses, news and advice here.
For those students planning a career within Science you can now access a really informative web-site which has details of entry requirements for hundreds of Science-based careers. You can also map your very own career pathway.
Getting-In is the UK’S leading educational website from GCSE and A Level through higher education and beyond. The website provides information on:-
University and College Advice – information on all universities and colleges in the UK, including courses, open days and more.
Revision Guides – with outstanding information and guides from GCSE to A Levels.
Personal Statements – close to 1000 example personal statements and helpful guides on completing UCAS applications.
An informative Parents & Carers supplement to the Which Way Now? and It’s Your Choice booklets has been added to the web-site under the “Parents & Carers” section. You can access the PDF file here and the supplement has information and practical tips to help support your teenager’s decision-making for their Key Stage 4 options in Years 8 & 9 and for their post-16 options in Year 11.
The government has finally unveiled its all-age National Careers Service to replace Connexions and Next Steps. Students can obtain independent and impartial advice from trained careers advisers by telephone, web-chat, email, text and message board about their future education, employment and training choices. Please see the link on the right-hand side of this web-page or click here.
I’ve added a link under the “Resources” section that gives additional information about various industry sectors. This guide will tell you where the jobs are, what the pay is like, where the jobs will be in the future plus more links for you to research your career ideas. Take a look here to start investigating your future employment sectors.
“Loud!” is a free educational, careers and teen lifestyle magazine. Loud! presents 16-19 year olds in education with the wide variety academic and vocational opportunities which are available to them. Each edition showcases the best university courses, information about career choices as well as interviews with celebrities and articles by students. The magazine is available to you completely free of charge.