Work Experience Programme
Each student will receive two work experience placements in Year 10, each lasting one week, the first based near school and the second can be based close to home. In Year 11 students will have two placements, one close to school of a week and a two week placement close to home. Prior to the placements you will learn how to prepare for work experience, what is expected from students during the work experience placement, and what the benefits of taking part in work experience. You will conduct a visit to the placement with a member of staff from Brompton Hall School. Brompton Hall School’s work experience programme is overseen by Miss Dunn.
Choosing my post 16 choices
When you leave us at the end of year 11, you will be required to stay in education or training until the age of 18. There are a number of pathways that you could take. Please visit the UCAS website, or this document to view a useful guide to what options you have after leaving Brompton Hall School.
A Level Route
When you leave us at the end of year 11, you will be required to stay in education or training until the age of 18. You may choose to study A Levels at a college or sixth form.
The following links provide a wealth of information around A Levels as a post-16 pathway;
Information from the Russell Group (a collection of world-leading research universities, based in the UK)
Advice from the Which? website.
T Level Route
When you leave us at the end of year 11, you will be required to stay in education or training until the age of 18. You may choose to study T Levels with a local provider. T Levels are relatively new and further information can be gained from local providers. Please note that the first of the new qualifications, with content developed by leading industry professionals from companies including Rolls Royce, Fuijitsu and EDF, will be taught from 2020, with the full set of T levels introduced by 2022.
The following links provide a wealth of information around T Levels as a post-16 pathway;
When you leave us at the end of year 11, you will be required to stay in education or training until the age of 18. You may choose an apprenticeship route.
The following links provide a wealth of information around apprenticeships:
Vocational Course Route
When you leave us at the end of year 11, you will be required to stay in education or training until the age of 18. You may choose to study a vocational style course at a college or sixth form.
The UCAS website provides a wealth of information around A Levels as a post-16 pathway.
College open days
If you are interested in any of these options, why not go to one of the college open days? Click here to see when they are.
A Career with the Armed Forces
When you leave us at the end of year 11, you will be required to stay in education or training until the age of 18. You may choose to pursue a career with the Armed Forces. The links below are great place to start to gain further information;
In addition, if you would like to be put in touch with a link from the Armed Forces, please speak to Mr Cooke or Sue James, who can set this up for you.
List of Local Post-16 Providers
|Lady Lumley’s School and Sixth Form||http://www.ladylumleys.n-yorks.sch.uk/||01751 472846|
|Malton School and Sixth Form||http://www.maltonschool.org/||01653 692828|
|Norton College||https://www.nortoncollege.net/||01653 693296|
|Ampleforth College||https://www.ampleforth.org.uk/||01439 766000|
|Scarborough Sixth Form||https://s6f.org.uk/||01723 365023|
|Middlesbrough College||https://www.mbro.ac.uk/||01642 333333|
|York College||https://www.yorkcollege.ac.uk/||01904 770200|
|Askham Bryan||https://www.askham-bryan.ac.uk/||01904 772277|
|Bishop Burton College||https://www.bishopburton.ac.uk/||01964 553000|
|Scarborough College||https://www.scarboroughcollege.co.uk/||01723 360620|
|St Peters School||https://www.stpetersyork.org.uk/||01904 527300|
|Scarborough TEC||https://scarboroughtec.ac.uk/||01723 372105|
|Queen Ethelburga’s||http://www.qe.org/||01423 333300|
|Queen Margaret’s, York||http://queenmargarets.com/||01904 727600|
|The Mount, York||https://www.mountschoolyork.co.uk/sixth-form/||01904 667500|
|Harrogate Grammar School||https://www.harrogategrammar.co.uk/||01423 531127|
|Ripon Grammar School||https://www.ripongrammar.co.uk/||01765 602647|
|St Aidan’s and John Fisher||http://www.staidans.co.uk/sixth-form/||01423 818516|
|Bootham School||https://www.boothamschool.com/||01904 623261|
|All Saints, York||http://www.allsaints.york.sch.uk/sixth-form/||01904 647877|
|Fulford Sixth Form||http://sixthform.fulford.york.sch.uk/||01904 633300|
|Huntington School||https://huntingtonschool.co.uk/sixth-form/sixth-form-overview/||01904 752100|
|Joseph Rowntree School||https://www.josephrowntree.co.uk/||01904 552100|
|Archbishop Holgate’s||https://www.archbishopholgates.org/sixth-form/||01904 411341|
|Easingwold School and Sixth Form||https://www.easingwold.n-yorks.sch.uk/||01347 821451|
|Army Foundation College, Harrogate||https://www.army.mod.uk/who-we-are/our-schools-and-colleges/afc-harrogate/||0345 6008080|
|Derwent Training Association||http://www.derwenttraining.co.uk/||01653 697698|
|Government Apprenticeship Adverts||https://www.gov.uk/topic/further-education-skills/apprenticeships||NA|
Please contact Mr Cooke on email@example.com if you would like your organisation to be listed here.
1 to 1 Careers Advice
At Brompton Hall School all students in Years 9, 10 and 11 will receive 1:1 careers meetings with Sue James, our independent fully qualified careers advisor.
Students and/or parents/carers can request to continue these meetings if it is felt necessary and beneficial.
All 1:1 meetings take place in a school meeting room, and parents/carers are welcome to attend too if they wish.
Each student will have a Careers Action Plan which will continue to be kept up-to date information around your post-16 choices and career vision.
Students who are younger than Year 9 may ask Mr Cooke to arrange a 1 to 1 careers meeting.
Perhaps you are thinking about going to University to further your studies. The following links are a good starting point for you to look at what university life might be like. Furthermore, you can visit individual university websites and campuses to get more information about the courses that they offer.
Careers websites and further information for students
You are encouraged to take responsibility for your future choices and to start reaching and planning your future. You should think about the following;
- Self-Awareness- where am I now?
- Career exploration- where do I want to be?
- Career management- how do I get there?
You should use a range of websites to develop your knowledge and understanding of your post-16/career pathway. Use the links below to help with your research;
General Careers Advice