Year 13 Post-18 Pathways
At St Paul’s Way Trust School, we are committed to supporting our learners in achieving their full potential, thus enabling them to pursue degrees and careers in the industry of their choice. At this time of year the school would, normally, be preparing to welcome our Year 13 students and their families to attend the annual Sixth Form Post-18 Pathways Event evening. This year, however, due to the current restrictions we are sharing resources with you online.
These pre-recorded talks from industry professionals and the Sixth Form Team outlining some of the exciting possibilities that lie ahead for your son/daughter. These online resources are intended to raise your awareness of the choices your child will have to make in the coming months and ways in which you can support them throughout Year 13 and beyond.
UCAS - Applying to University
Katharine Knight (City University London)
This session explores the benefits of going to university, outlines the UCAS application process and highlights ways in which you can support your child throughout.
Higher Education (HE) Support at SPWT
Nicola Coles (Head of Sixth Form)
This session explores specific HE systems at SPWT including key dates, the predicted grades process, support offered for writing personal statements and teacher letters of recommendation.
Applying to Competitive Institutions and Courses
Nathaniel Darling (KS5 Co-curriculum lead)
This session focuses on applying to competitive courses and institutions. Personal statement support, work experience, interview preparation and the importance of supra-curricular activities are explored.
Annette Tony-Fadipe (Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge)
This session will outline what degree apprenticeships are, the benefits of completing one and how to apply to them.
We very much hope that the videos provided will give you a better understanding of possible post-18 pathways available to your son/daughter, and the ways in which the school will work to support them throughout the coming year. If you have accessed the materials on the school website and still have more questions, please do not hesitate to call or email the school reception who will be happy to support you.
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