Parent and Carer Webinar: Pathways Post-16

Is your child or young person preparing to take their GCSEs next year but not sure of their next steps?  On 23rd May at 6:00 pm join Safia Butt from West Herts College in collaboration with Aspire Higher to hear about education options post-16. We will discuss the flexible pathways open to young people and help you gain the knowledge you need in order to have these conversations with your child/young person.

Come along with your questions and watch along with your child to get all the information you need to plan their next steps.

Parent and Carer Webinar: Pathways Post-16

The Aspire Higher Hub

The Aspire Higher Hub coordinates outreach activities across Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire.

We can connect your local schools and colleges with universities and employers, helping you to access opportunities for your learners.

We hope you find this website useful.

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Videos and Resources

The Squeeze

As part of our Wellbeing E-learning module, this animation introduces students to the 5 steps to wellbeing as shared by the NHS.  Check out our E-learning Hub page to try this module.

Employability Skills

Animation introducing employability skills, how to recognise your own and build skills for your future career. Aimed at students KS3 and above.

How to Prepare for University

Helpful tips on what you need to know before going to university in the UK. Written by current university students for Year 13 students who have received an  offer from university.

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