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Exciting times ahead… • Your choice…apprenticeships, college courses, A levels, providers. It is all up to you. • Research • Advice and Guidance • Open Evenings. • Websites • Be informed.
• https: //www. gov. uk/apply-apprenticeship • HRC/CRC/PRC have information on their websites about apprenticeships • WATA have information about apprenticeships in the fields of Engineering, construction, business and administration • Talk to Laura when she interviews you.
Post 16 courses – level 3 or A levels • If you know you want to go on to university or you want to apply for a Higher Level apprenticeship, then Level 3/A level courses are for you. • Universities will specify which A levels and grades they require (and GCSE grades) • UCAS • Higher Apprenticeships will usually specify 3 C grades at A level.
External providers Post 16 Applications Closing Date St Ivo Sixth Form Hills Road Sixth Form Long Road Sixth Form Hinchingbrooke HRC Paper Online only Paper CRC Shuttleworth College Bedford College University Tech College (Cambridge College of Animal Welfare Greater Peterborough UTC College of West Anglia Kings Peterborough Paper and online Apply online Via UCAS (will accept paper though) Online through their site Paper Online only Contact Kings 8 th February 2016 12 January 2016 5 th February 2016 No deadline Will accept till end Sep 2016 No deadline outside CAP No closing date No deadline 7 th December 2015
Why St Peter’s Sixth Form? • Results at St Peter’s are improving. In 2015 we saw fantastic results in many subjects such as • • Biology Chemistry Geography Psychology German PE ICT • New courses being offered: • Peterborough United Football Academy • Hairdressing at Level 2 and Level 3 • Meaningful work experience to help future progression • Addenbrookes/Doctors • Schools
• Links with other providers to ensure opportunities for all students • • • Links with WATA for apprenticeships and traineeships Local Businesses who want to work with students PUFC Fitness courses NCS • Enrichment • • CCF Young Enterprise Academic Mentoring Gold D of E Trips Sporting activities Leadership opportunities
Successes • All of our students had a progression route at the end of year 13 • All students who applied to university received an offer from their first choice university – 3 students received unconditional offers based on their predicted results/personal statements/references • 10% of year 13 students who applied to uni, are now at a Russell group university • 40% of our students are now studying a STEM based subject at University • Those students who did not go to Uni, went into further education, an apprenticeship or employment
What next? • Open Evening tomorrow: 7 pm-830 pm • Courses on offer – talk to students and Ho. Ds • Other providers will be available to help – Marshalls, NHS, WATA, • All year 11 students will be interviewed WB 16 th November by Laura Jenkins. • WB 7 th December – Sixth form interviews and confirm choices. • Places offered to you February 1 st