Sophie Winter, ex-grammar school post-16 student, now an associate at a Big Four firm and a charity worker, recalls her experience of sixth-form options.
In the last few weeks schools up and down the country have been giving year 10 students opportunities to experience the world of work. Meaningful WE placements give young people a chance to learn about different roles in the workplace, develop a range of skills and personal qualities to enrich learning and support personal development. One student who gained a unique insight into the world of work spending a week at SSAT is Emily.
Third in a series of three articles presenting highlights from discussions and debates hosted by SSAT relating to educational reform and policy-making.
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Sixth-form student Milly Dawson argues the case for fair access to work experience for all young people.
Senior Education Lead Sylvia King highlights the positive influence on your current students of former students who have become apprentices.
Head of Post 16 and Vocational Networks Sylvia King highlights the key points of the Ofsted report ‘Going in the right direction?’.
We explore the best of the discussion from the SSAT Annual Lecture and Debate 2015.