When it comes to education and careers, parents and carers are the biggest influence in young people’s lives. Talking Futures is a resource designed to help you have informed and constructive conversations about education and training.
Amazing Apprenticeships have created a brand-new teaching resource for schools ‘The Apprenticeship A-Z of Men at Work’ to celebrate International Men’s Day.
Access HE has a range of short online courses that are perfect for trying a subject you might be interested in studying later down the line, or for developing an existing interest.
If you teach maths at GCSE or above, then the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme has a range of resources available to support you and your students.
Advancing Access provides a variety of CPD resources, online events and offline conferences for teachers and advisers to help them support students’ progression to Russell Group universities.
Join Advancing Access Join for a free, immersive virtual conference tailored for KS4 & KS5 Teachers and Careers Advisers. CPD sessions, workshops and Q&A discussions are delivered by UCAS and Russell Group Universities.
Access a range of effective tools and resources to support you through transitions to ensure you remain Ahead of the Game during this crucial period.
Find our more about the allied health professions through this virtual work experience by Health Education England. You need to be between 14-18 and apply by 3rd February.
Amazing Apprenticeships have a great set of resources for students, parents, and teachers to showcase what an apprenticeship and how to secure one!
RVC’s Animal Academy supports people from under-represented backgrounds in higher education, to reach their goals of studying and working with animals. By signing up to be a member, you’ll have access to exclusive help, advice and events about animal careers, going to university, and of course learning from RVC animal experts.
Applications are now open for the RVC Sutton Trust Summer School! Look out for applications opening for the Year 10 Easter School and Year 11 Summer School, too.
Discover real-life stories from current apprentices, including how they landed the role and what day-to-day life as an apprentice is like.
Find out how to become an apprentice, the opportunities that are available, which employers offer them, and information about starting an apprenticeship.
A range of offline and online resources for young people aged 11-19 that cover a wide variety of personal growth and development topics. There are also online lessons, as well as advice on how to deliver their sessions virtually.
The BioArtAttack competition celebrates and highlights the benefits of combining art and science. The competition will return in March 2024.