This is the education that students move on to after year 11. The law requires all young people aged 16+ in England to stay in education or training until their 18th birthday. However, there are several options open to young people:
1. Full-time study at a post-16 setting (full time is approx 18 hours/week for post-16 study).
2. Full time employment or volunteering (20 hours/week) while in part-time education or training.
3. Starting an apprenticeship or traineeship.
Your Options after year 11:
Most students continue on to full time education at a local college or 6th form provision. Here you can take Academic subjects such as A-levels or vocational qualifications which are often linked to a job or area of work
Students can also apply for an Apprenticeship. This is a paid job. You work for an employer learning new skills and you could spend a day each with a college or other training provider to get the qualifications needed for the job.
Where can I study?
There are many options for further study, here are some of the providers that our students have gone on to study with
Sixth form College:
John Leggott College
Careers Information Advice and Guidance:
At Huntcliff School we have a wide range of support available to you. You can find out more about the IAG available on the careers section of our website here
Where to Apply:
You can apply direct through the providers or you can do so via the Lincs4U website. We have dedicated application support sessions open to all students and are able to support our students with this process. click here for more details
SEND Local Offer:
The Local Offer is a way to make it easier for you to find out about services available to children and young people from birth to 25 with special educational needs and disabilities. You can find out more by clicking here