We spend a lot of time with students thinking about what happens after life at Sixth Form, whether that be university, apprenticeships or work. As such, students participate in a range of activities designed to enable them to learn more about the opportunities available to them, to reflect on their strengths and ambitions, and more specifically, how to get themselves onto their chosen post-18 paths. This will include discussions with tutor, a 121 interview with a Careers Adviser, work experience, visits to universities and a number of speakers from different professions and universities.

A summary of our Futures programme can be found below, however it is adapted each year according to the specific needs of each cohort.  







What Career, What Uni visit Not going to uni talk, Kingston College

121 Futures Baseline Interviews

UCAS Conference

Unifrog introduction Careers Fair

Application workshops – personal statement writing, student finance workshop (Kingston University), UCAS application support Group and 121 interviews with Innervate Russell Group University Visit – whole year group Russell@Reynolds Group - monthly sessions supporting skills required for top flight university study

Work Experience

Specialist support for Oxbridge, med, den, vet candidates Oriel College visit for potential Oxbridge candidates Employability and CV writing workshops led by Innervate Students encouraged to attend university open days (max. 3 during Year 12 and 13)


Specialist support for Oxbridge, med, den, vet candidates, including small group workshops and mock interviews 121 support and small group interviews with Innervate - focused on those not applying to HE

121 Tutor Meetings to support Personal Statement writing

121 support and small group interviews with Innervate - focused on those not applying to HE

121 support and small group interviews with Innervate - focused on those not applying to HE

Applications to Russell Group universities, Oxbridge Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science

We know that some students will be interested in making applications to study at Oxford or Cambridge or for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science courses at university. These courses are incredibly competitive and we know that students may need extra help to give them the best chance of getting into their dream university or course. As such, we will identify students with interest and potential in these universities and courses in Year 12, and provide bespoke support which might include interview preparation, a visit to the relevant university, specialist guidance on applying to these universities and courses to put our students on a level footing with their independent school competitors.

Futures Presentation

Unifrog Orientation

A Guide to UCAS Apply 2021

Week 6 Registering with UCAS and Shortlisting

Guidance for Students and Parents on Personal Statements

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