If you want to do some independent careers research of your own, you might find some of these resources useful. Click on the logos to go to their websites.
Unifrog: All students at Churchill Academy have a Unifrog account to help them develop their careers activity and plan for their next steps. Log in to Unifrog to see what careers activities you have been involved with and the skills that you are developing.
Career Pilot: Perfect for all ages, a wide range of resources and links and fantastic advice for options at ages 14, 16 and 18.
Careerometer: To find out about and compare jobs, their wages, areas of growth and much more use this to find out 'labour market information'
Icould: This 'buzzquiz' is perfect for a quick 'what careers might I like?' session.
SACU: A great website for students and parents to use, including a careers quiz, subject matching and personal statement building.
Success at School: This has a really broad range of topics, from careers research, job information, employer and university guidance, interview tips and much more
Informed Choices: This website is particularly good at helping you see how your subjects can lead onto other courses and what your options might be at 16 or 18.
UCAS: Search the range of courses available across all UK universities and find out what the course requirements are.
Amazing Apprenticeships: This 'one-stop-shop' gives you a fantastic insight into the different opportunities through Apprenticeships for 16, 18 year olds and older.
The National Apprenticeship Service: To find out what apprenticeships are available you need to search this website.
Get the Jump: The National Careers Service website outlines all your options at 16 and 18