All of our students receive high quality information, advice and guidance when considering options after the Sixth Form. There is a detailed and comprehensive programme of activities that support students' application to University and to help them research other avenues of Post-18 training and employment. Links to information provided by UCAS will be posted on this page and on the Sixth Form twitter account.
Examples of the programme include:
Specific use of the Unifrog programme from Year 12 onwards looking at university and other post 18 options, grade requirements etc
Attendance at a UCAs Higher Education Convention in Liverpool or Manchester where universities from across the UK and beyond are available for discussion and information
Dedicated UCAS application day
Talks in school from universities on applications and interviews
Personal Statement workshops from local university outreach teams
Information about summer residentials
Chester University Timeline free residentials offered to students in Year 12
Student Finance Information for students and parents
Dedicated tutor time support for university applications
Additionally, information is widely available in the common and study rooms, and tweeted via the Sixth Form twitter account@qphs6thform
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