Student Hub

Below you will find a list of useful websites and resources. There is information on colleges, Post 16 and 18 options, apprenticeship, careers and much more.

Connect 3 Challenge

Please click the following link for more informarion

Connect 3 Challenge

Connect 3 Challenge Card 3

Careers Guidance Appointment

If you would like guidance on your future make an appointment with Mrs Roberts by completing the career guidance form

Character Award and Skills Build

To help you develop you skills beyond the classroom, ensuring that you have the skills to support you ion employment you will be completing the Character Award and Skills Builder work.  This will be completed during your IAG lesson and Form time and through workshops.

Interview and Application Advice

Whether it is an application for a weekend job or for your next steps in education use the following links to gain some expert advice.

Youth Employment UK – CV Writing Tips

Youth Employment UK – How to Write a Great CV

Youth Employment UK – Top Interview Questions and Answers

School Leaver: Post 16

Deciding your next steps can feel overwhelming, there are so many pathways to choose from, and it’s important that you understand your options so you can make a well informed decision on your future. Careermap for School Leavers includes: a popular Sector Spotlights looking at exciting careers; inspiring case studies from students who have been there and done it; and employability articles to help better prepare you for the world of work. 

Useful Websites  – National Apprenticeship Website. – Job sectors that make up the North East landscape – Match up your interests and skills with jobs – Health Careers – National Careers Service – Careers videos and articles covering most careers topics – Careers advice and guidance.

There is a new qualification to know about – T Levels

T Levels are a brand new qualification designed with employers to give young people a head start towards the future they want. They follow GCSEs and are equivalent to 3 A Levels. The first T Levels launch in selected schools and colleges across England in September 2020 with more following in later years.

T Levels combine classroom work with an extended industry placement to ensure young people gain the knowledge and skills they need to move into skilled work, an apprenticeship or further study.  What the video on Youtube below for more information