Year 11 Transition to Further Education
Almost all of our students transfer to further education at the end of year 11 as we do not have a Sixth Form provision. Prospectuses & application forms for a wide variety of Colleges & Sixth Forms are available in the Careers Resource Area. Students are also able to get help with completing their applications & personal statements.
As we are a partner school with Havering Sixth Form & Havering College of Further & Higher Education, our students have a guaranteed place at one of these providing they meet the entry criteria for their chosen course.
Transition to Post 16 Education - 2018
All year 11 students will attend the RPA (Raising Participation Age) Event in Hornchurch on Tuesday, 2nd October. Parents and students are invited to a Post 16 Transition evening at the school on Thursday, 7th October @ 7.00pm.
Useful Links for students
National Careers Service –Information relating to thousands of different careers available https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/advice/planning/jobfamily
CAREERS GUIDANCE WEBSITES; here you are able to watch video clips of employees talking about their different job roles www.careersbox.co.uk
Higher Ideas - www.careerssoft.co.uk Higher Ideas is an impartial online careers guidance and information program that helps young people plan their future and make informed decision (Students will need login details that is available from Ms Isaacs in the Careers Resource Area).
Students who would prefer to earn whilst they learn and are interested in doing an apprenticeship are advised to register on the Find an Apprenticeship Website
Apprenticeships - Information, registration and apprenticeship opportunities: https://www.gov.uk/further-education-skills/apprenticeships
Students need to be aware that apprenticeships still require good GCSE qualifications and are very competitive.
Planning your Future at University
Students who decide to take A levels or an alternative Level 3 qualification and want to research university entry requirements can do so at www.ucas.co.uk. They could also use www.prospects.ac.uk to find out what careers different degree subjects lead to by going to the Careers Advice section and selecting “Options with your subjects.”