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Make Your Future Happen

School leavers have to stay in learning until they are 18. This could be a full-time course or an apprenticeship or job with training.

If you have any additional needs or disabilities, talk to your school’s careers adviser/teacher about getting the support you need at your next stage.

Schools have lots of details and information about their sixth form courses on their websites. Most have a Sixth Form Information Evening early in the autumn term so check dates.

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You will also find everything you need to know about college courses on college websites and most produce a prospectus – get one from your school’s careers room. Also, go to open days, colleges usually have at least one a term.

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A levels are a popular choice. You study three or four subjects in depth and will need GCSEs at A*- C.  Choose subjects you will enjoy and do well at and make sure they are the right ones for your planned career or university course.

Vocational Courses are related to a career area, available in a huge range of subjects and at different levels depending on your GCSE results.

Apprenticeship/job with training – for more information, see our updates during National Apprenticeship Week and go to www.apprenticeships.gov.uk Find out more at www.ucas.com/ucas/after-gcses

If you are considering university, you will find everything you need to know at www.ucas.com. Start applying at the beginning of Year 11 and remember, have a back-up plan and apply to more than one thing to keep your options open

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