Future Pathway Post 16 Days
The Teddington Sixth Form Future Pathway Post 16 Days have been designed to further support applying for university and students'personal statement writing as well as widen their understanding of the pathway options for ‘life after A levels’ and what might be available to them. The days include time with tutors to gain instant feedback on their statements and also look at apprenticeships programmes, interviews techniques, assessment days and what they involve as well as input from current university ambassadors and input from people within industry.
This is a compulsory programme for all Year 12 students and takes place at the end of the summer term. Students are also given summer ‘next steps’ to support their decision making and applications for their chosen pathway, ready for Year 13.
UCAS Entry 2020
How are the days structured?
Below is the programme our Year 12 students completed in July 2019. These three days form a vital part of preparing our students for the UCAS application process in Year 13.