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There's lots to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know to help you plan your future.
Whether it's GCSE's, options after year 11 or13, it can be confusing and challenging to know what best next step is.
Click on the picture to go to the options page.
GCSE Options (Key stage 3)
Post-16 Options (Key stage 4)
Post-18 Options (Key stage 5)
It can be tricky to know what career you want to get into in the future. Click on the picture. Here's some more sources of advice to help you:
National Careers Service - explore careers
Buzz Quiz - find your best careers!
FREE and quick careers quiz! (UCAS)
A page all about apprenticeships, explaining the different levels available (including degree) and everything else you need to know
College, 6th form or apprenticeship?
A page all about HE including university degrees and how to choose your subject.
Digital UCAS (search for degrees)
More info about University / HE.
Want to know how your subjects can lead to various jobs? Click on the picture to find out, or click on the Subjects page.
If you don't want the full-time University option, there are a few other options and sources of help. The Not Going to Uni website could help you. Info on gap years.
When it comes to decision-making, it is not always easy to do. Here is a page I wrote to help students make decisions.
Tips on how to design your own action plan.
Click here or click the picture above.
It can sometimes be difficult to manage our health and wellbeing. This page contains links to sources of help and advice on a range of topics from mental health to managing stress. Click on the picture above or this link.
Check out the FAQ (frequently asked questions) page if you have a specific question you need a quick answer to.
Click here to see the Q&A page.
The widget below helps you do that. Simply enter the job titles you want to compare in each box (example - plumber vs electrician, or teacher vs social worker), and labour market information will appear in the boxes for you once you select the magnifying glass icon. Simples!
Click here to learn about different job roles and sectors:
If we have a positive mindset to lifelong learning, we will realise that we are always progressing. We have never "arrived", for when we have resigned ourselves against learning something new, we become arrogant, old-minded, ineffective and lack the creative innovation necessary to drive any business forward.