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Post-16 Pathways

A handy diagram showing your options at 16 and 18.

Brain Boxx: Learning Styles Questionnaire

This light-hearted questionnaire can be used to be used to help students identify their preferred Learning Style. Will they be an activist, theorist, pragmatist or reflector?

Best Course 4 Me

BestCourse4me is a free and utterly independent service set up by Student Information Services Ltd, a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity. The site provides up to date information to help students at all levels to decide on what course is right for them, whether they are looking at degree level or A-levels.

Bright Knowledge - Education Pathways

Bright Knowledge offers information and advice about a range of education options and pathways, including GCSEs and what you can do after them, how to choose A Levels, as well as other options such as BTECs and Apprenticeships. They also provide information about how to choose and apply for university. Created by Brightside, a charity that helps young people access the education and career pathways they might not have believed were available to them.

Supporting future choices: A guide for parents and carers

We know that the education system can sometimes be confusing and it can be frustrating to not know how you can best support your child through the choices offered to them. Our guide aims to help you, taking you through each stage of education - clearly setting out; options, key milestones, and ways you can help and encourage your child. To request a copy please complete the details below and we will send a copy in the post to you.

T-levels

Useful video explaining the new T-Levels qualification which will be available in some subjects from 2020

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