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The end of Year 11 may mark the end of your school days, but you still need to stay in education or training until the end of the school year when you turn 18.
So what can you do next? Your main choices are below, click on each one to find out more:
It’s worth looking ahead, as decisions you make now may narrow your choices later. Fancy a particular course? Find out where it’s likely to lead in future. Have a career or university course in mind? Work out what do you need to do now to set you on the right path. It can also help to keep an open mind – find out what’s available and then see how each option could work for you.
In Year 11, you will have an individual Career Guidance Interview with Mrs Stevenson. Together you will create an electronic action plan which will be shared with you, your parents, your form tutor and the pastoral team. This will help you to become focussed, plan and make decisions about your future.
If you need help or advice, speak to your teachers or Mrs Stevenson.
If you want to speak to a careers advisor outside of school, visit the National Careers Service.
Have a look at this My Choices booklet for more information too.
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Year 12 got creative this morning illustrating the formation of erosional coastal landforms! https://t.co/kB6V4gSkCJ
This #InternationalDayofDisabledPersons, remember that a whether a disability is visible or not, you never know what someone is struggling with or has to face everyday. When you're interacting with others, always keep that in mind.
@StreetlyAcademy Mrs Bair had a very cREative morning with @StreetlyYr10 looking at how Christians celebrate Christmas with Christingles! #AQAGCSERE #Christianity #Practices #22daysuntilCHRISTmas https://t.co/UM0K6WJxKI
@StreetlyAcademy Mrs Bair was thrilled to see her @StreetlyYr8 presenting their Hajj advertising campaigns - they were very informative and persuasive - well done! #Islam #Pillars #Hajj https://t.co/uCeILuPNDV
Well done to Evie, our Superhero of the week..🥳 She has been working diligently with Mrs Faulkner, during Life Curriculum, to develop her literacy skills. We are very proud of you Evie! 😊 @StreetlyAcademy https://t.co/ZEwzex5hwI
A lovely message from Mrs Gallier-Harris: 'Just had another live lesson with this group. They really are fantastic! Every single student turned up on time to the meet, thought I would share some positivity.' Well done 9S2 and Thank you Mrs Gallier-Harris! @StreetlyAcademy
And finally, congratulations to the newly appointed Year 7 PLT! Form tutors told us that it was very difficult to sort through the many wonderful applications that they had. https://t.co/7UdnWqnZ84
And the odd socks keep on coming - 7DA1’s effort today! https://t.co/egFDnvUVmC
Congratulations to our Superheroes! Juhaim has been nominated for making a concerted effort to improve his focus and work ethic and Zac for being an outstanding member of his form group and always having a polite and kind manner. Well done both! @StreetlyAcademy https://t.co/TZ0a5XuOtI
A fantastic first form assembly by 7SH2 on the topic of food banks. It was an excellent group effort - the standard has really been set! https://t.co/2uMZdVfOiF
7S3 practised enquiry in their reading lesson this week! Students read a high level text as a class and discussed their opinions.This week they worked on asking questions about hate crimes. @StreetlyAcademy https://t.co/z1zMHpsZ12
8S2’s reading lesson this week featured a high level video and article about how memory works. Students read the text and independently connected it to their English studies. They connected memory to unreliable narrators and traumatic experiences of war poetry! @StreetlyAcademy https://t.co/zDug5HNAQ7
@StreetlyAcademy @StreetlyYr8 @StreetlyYr7 Exciting things happening in Drama in January and it’s all starting with this delivery for Mr Quinn and Miss Copsey! We will be picking 2 groups to trial a special reading project! #ignitingpassion #readingforpleasure #MarcusRashford https://t.co/M3rX7hxqsS
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