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Q: What are my options after I finish my A level/BTEC level 3 courses?
Q: I'm thinking of taking a year out, what could I do?
A. Reasons for taking a gap year vary. For example, you may want to use the time to review your future plans, go travelling, do work experience (possibly linked to your chosen course or future career plans), develop new skills, earn money to fund your university place or volunteer in the UK or abroad.
For more information, check out useful websites, such as Prospects.
Q: I want to study art at university; do I need to study and art foundation course first?
A. Possibly. It is often a requirement to have studied an art and design foundation course to gain entry to many art and design courses at university. You need to check the specific entry requirements for your chosen universities.
Q: What are higher apprenticeships?
A. The UCAS website conveys that higher apprenticeships provide an opportunity to gain a higher education qualification, such as an NVQ Level 4, HND or foundation degree. They can take from one to five years to complete, and involve part-time study at a college, university or training provider.
Use the apprenticeship website to check out the latest apprenticeship vacancies.
Q: What are degree apprenticeships?
A. In March 2015 these were launched by the government. They have been developed by businesses, universities and colleges. Apprentices will split their time between university study and the workplace and will be employed throughout – gaining a full bachelor’s or master’s degree from a top university while earning a wage and getting real on-the-job experience in their chosen profession.
Use the apprenticeship website to search for degree apprenticeship vacancies.
Aston University also offer many degree apprenticeships on their website.
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Quin-Go!! We’re on the way to Alton Towers to reward 8SH1 for collecting the most stars in the Quin-Go challenge and a group of students who ran a selection of events for charity this year 🎢
Congratulations to Frankie Hawkins in year 13 who has been published in the British Medical Journal for her work on different methodologies used in calculation of extra-cellular volume by CMR imaging. Frankie is looking forward to studying Biomedical Science after her A' Levels. https://t.co/mIeQdVbPeb
On Friday some lucky @StreetlyYear8 And @StreetlyYr7 Mathematicians were treated to a reward trip to the Escape Rooms to test out their puzzle solving skills and a pizza party in school. They were fantastic and showed off their puzzle solving skills to Miss Adkins & Mr Quinn! https://t.co/pYlCzAMSJB
Dance clubs will commence again on the week beginning 25th June! The Dance department need a week to create our new dances! This is a great time to join if you want to be part the next dance event. #Dance #danceclubs #talent #getinvolved
KS3 Learning Mentor with Streetly Academy. Ideally you will be qualified at least to degree standard, or have relevant professional qualifications / experience and a commitment to working positively with young people. https://t.co/O9rvJgTAD4
Receptionist/ Clerical Officer. Streetly Academy are seeking a friendly and confident individual to join them as a Receptionist/Clerical Officer. https://t.co/9ZlJ7eKvMG
Careers Co-ordinator with Streetly Academy. This is an exciting opportunity for those interested in working with young people in a positive and supporting role. https://t.co/Wq8TYnZyaV
The Albion Foundation Football Academy
Year 9 Options
GCSE Results 2017
Summer Blockbusters - The 2017 Staff Video
Year 12 Student joins TeamUK for the International Geography Olym...