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GROWS Resources - Teachers

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GROWS Apprenticeship Guide

If you have post-16 students thinking about applying for a higher or degree apprenticeship after they leave sixth form or further education college this is the guide for them. It is packed with lots of information including how to apply and what they can do now to increase their chances of securing a place!

Supporting future choices: A guide for parents and carers

For parents and carers the education system can seem confusing. It can be frustrating for them not know how to best support their child through the choices on offer. This guide aims to help parents and carers; it takes them through each stage of education, clearly setting out options, key milestones, and ways they can help and encourage your child.

Your Future Your Choices

A guide for post-16 students on making choices for their future. Packed with tips and advice about university-level study, including how to make great choices, info about university life and how to prepare for getting a dream job.

Plan your path to Higher Education

This workbook will help post-16 students students explore the different higher education providers and courses available as well as showing them how to research the best options!

The Personal Statement - How to write your way to success

Writing a personal statement is an important part of the university application process for any post-16 student. This workbook tells students more about the personal statement and through using the activities and tips they will be able to write a great personal statement that can help them get the university place they really want.

Finding My Future workbook

The GROWS Finding My Future workbook is packed with information and tasks that will help pre-16 students start planning their future.

Thriving Lives Toolkit - Helping schools support Service children

Developed by the Service Children's Progression Alliance, this online toolkit provides schools with a framework to reflect on the needs of children from military families.