To help you navigate the world of work and all the careers options available, please find the following links to help you explore the infinite options available. Within the school all our Year 7-11 students are registered to use START and from Year 10-13 they are registered to use Unifrog. Year 12-13 are registered to use UCAS and Uni Application Pro is a good research tool to further explore destination options.
START is an online careers platform, designed to help students with their future career potential. It has employer partners which help students access insightful, employer-led content and works with a range of organization’s that are backing Start’s innovative approach to careers education.
Unifrog is the Complete Destinations Platform for students to find and explore the best next step after school.
A great website to use to begin planning your next steps and jobs you would like to explore. Simply sign up for free to get started.
icould.com uses the power of personal stories to inform and inspire young people’s career choices.
As part of the Education and Employers charity, icould helps draw links between school subjects and jobs. They encourage young people to discover opportunities they may not have known about before. And we show what is possible in the world of work.
Ucas provides services that support young people making choices after their GCSEs, as well as those applying for undergraduate and postgraduate course Using Find career ideas you can explore different jobs, take a career quiz, or looking at volunteering, apprenticeships, or starting your own business.
Uni Application Pro. is a step by step guide to finding the right course and university for you. It covers everything from starting your initial research in Year 12 to accepting offers in Year 13 and in between provides advice and tips on applying to Oxbridge, Medicine / Veterinary, Russell Group Universities and many other useful topics. The author has over 25 years experience working in the Education Sector and in particular with Universities and their Admissions Teams.
A guide to apprenticeships - find out what it’s like to be an apprentice – the opportunities, benefits and just how far an apprenticeship can take you in the future
Find an apprenticeship - Search and apply for an apprenticeship in England
National Careers Service - We provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work
The National Careers Service helpline can provide information and advice about jobs, careers and training if you’re 13 or older in England
Pathway CTM is an award winning Social Enterprise that is transforming employability training, support and opportunities for schools and students. They provide an award-winning programme to thousands of students throughout the UK, helping young people make informed decisions about their next step from leaving school.
We encourage our students to participate in National Citizen Service (NCS) at the end of Year 11 and in the summer of Year 12. It is for Years 11-12, aged 15 to 17 years-old, where they embark on exhilarating challenges and build skills for work and life.