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What happens after Year 11?
The Government have now raised the participation age, meaning that students are required to remain in full time education until, at least, their 18th birthday. Full time education does not necessarily mean studying A-Levels 5 days per week – it can include Apprenticeships, Traineeships or BTEC College courses. Below are just some ideas of nearby colleges. Please speak to Mrs Cowper for more information.
|BCoT||BCoT offers a huge range of BTEC courses to help learners gain the skills and qualifications needed for future careers. Use their website to search for courses and apply.|
|QMC||QMC is another fantastic college, right on your doorstep where students can choose from a variety of A-Levels or some BTECs. Have a look on their site to see what courses they offer and to apply.|
|Peter Symonds||Many of you know Peter Symonds College as a high achieving sixth form college, but it is very important to view the college before applying and to consider the the travel commitments required. PSC application deadline is always before the Christmas holidays so make sure you apply in plenty of time|
|Sparsholt||Sparsholt is our nearest Agricultural college, but it’s not all about tractors and cows. They offer a variety of subjects, such as Sport, Photography and Veterinary studies so why not take a look. Before you apply please consider the travel commitments carefully.|
|Farnborough Sixth Form||One of the top Sixth forms in the country, only serious applications will be considered. Please consider the travel commitments required before you apply.|
|FCOT||Farnborough’s answer to a BTEC college. Another very high performing college, but travel commitments must be carefully considered before you apply.|
|Andover College||Andover College offers both A-Levels and a variety of BTECS. Very high pass rates and high commendations from Ofsted. Please consider travel commitments before you apply.|