Year 12 to 14 student
Students with special educational needs and/or one or more disabilities...
...can get extra help, often up to the age of 25.
Our careers adviser in mainstream schools can offer extra support if it is needed. They can work with our SEND team (Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities team) to make sure students get any additional help they need. Advisers can offer support and advice to people with special educational needs and disabilities to make sure they reach their potential and use their skills and talents.
ALL young people get impartial and independent careers information and advice both individually and with groups of other young people to help them develop their skills and talents fully. Where necessary, young people with special needs and disabilities get extra help finding out about and applying for careers and courses, including university, apprenticeships and other post sixth form and college options.
- May attend individual reviews of students who have an education healthcare plan (EHC).
- Are available at parents evenings and careers events.
Where appropriate, parents and carers of students considering university after sixth form or college will get a copy of our overview of higher education and applying
Unifacts for parents and carers - entry 2018 - a guide for parents and carers on university, other HE institutions and applying - publised March 2017
Where appropriate, students get their own copy of one of the following booklets:
Unifaqs - entry 2018 frequently asked questions about higher education - published March 2017
Jobfaqs - a guide to job hunting for level 3 leavers - November 2017
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Page updated September 2017