From September 2013 there are some changes about what you might expect in a post 16 programme
An Apprenticeship is a very practical “hands on” way of learning.
Make sure you research the full range of courses.
After Year 11 you could continue your learning at either sixth form or college.
In today’s tight job market there are limited job opportunities for Year 11 school leavers.
It’s usually free but you may have to buy resources.
Lincolnshire County Council has a Post 16 Education Transport Policy.
Traineeships are a new option introduced in August 2013.
Download UP2U@16 for information on options available after Year 11.
Research career ideas and find out more about the jobs that interest you.
Developing good exam techniques can help you improve your marks and feel more confident in the exam.
National Careers Service
Useful careers resource for parents and carers
You may be able to mix and match different types of qualifications to suit your interests and needs.
Remaining in learning doesn’t mean that you have to stay on at school.
To make exams as stress-free as possible you need to plan ahead, get yourself organised!
Things might not be going as you’d hoped or expected but don’t rush into making any decisions.