Education

 

Are you having to defer your studies because of Coronavirus?

 

The government has been working closely with the higher education sector to ensure that the vast majority of students who have achieved the necessary grades to go to university this year are able to do so. 

For students who are in the unexpected position of having to defer their place this year without having plans in place, the foillowing opportunities may be of interest:

click on link here:  deferring your study

 

 

Options Post 16 and Post 18

If you are exploring your options after school or college, then the information below may help:

Post 16 Options:

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/get-a-job/career-choices-at-16

 

Post 18 Options:

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/get-a-job/career-choices-at-18

 

Options With an Education, Health and Care Plan:

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/get-a-job/options-with-education-health-and-care-plan/#options

 

Are you considering Uni?

If so, here are a variety of resources to help you explore and research possible courses and universities: Useful HE Information

 

Local Colleges:

If you are interested in applying to college, please find local college details below:

.  Reading College (Activate Learning), tel: 0800 6126008

. Bracknell College (Activate Learning), tel: 0800 6126008

. Farnborough 6th Form College, tel: 01252 688200

. Farnborough College of Technology

  Farnborough Campus, tel: 01252 405555, Aldershot Campus (Construction College), tel: 01252 407607

. Henley College, tel: 01491 579988

. Newbury College, tel: 01635 845000

. Berkshire College of Agriculture, tel: 01628 824444

 

Understanding the new GCSE Grades:

Here is a guide to understanding the new GCSE grades and how they compare to the previous grading system: GCSE Grades  

 

UCAS Grades Tariff:

For information on the UCAS Grades Tariff, please click here:  UCAS Grade Tariff