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23/10/20

As part of our school celebration, we created a video with a few students from our community sharing what they love about their cultural backgrounds. Please view our video... Cultural heritage https://t.co/NfDuJNz3WR via ENJOY! https://t.co/exYB2iQu1K

21/10/20

Retweetd From Trauma Informed Schools UK

Every child with and ACE (adverse child experience) needs a knight. That knight can be you. Just one emotionally-available adult in a child's school career can make all the difference. We can make a difference, you can make a difference.... https://t.co/xD5SQB1W1R https://t.co/qRWZzb7dNT

21/10/20

Young Gifted And STEM is an organisation to improve the engagement of Black and Minority Ethnic students with STEM subjects. On Sat 24th October Harris Invictus Academy Croydon will be hosting the launch event aimed at 14-18 year olds. Register here! https://t.co/nW4x6d0McG https://t.co/s4LzCqSpeh

17/10/20

Retweetd From HABE Sport

HABE SUPER SUNDAY! Each week a different department will set a challenge - team PE went first.. Get any ball from any sport into a bin as far away as possible, how do you think we did? Tweet your video's or send to b.judd.org.uk https://t.co/MmOPlnxOzj

15/10/20

Please view the latest correspondence we have received from the Local Authority regarding Covid 19. https://t.co/UFgwVXgEjB https://t.co/Y6gR0HXGD2

15/10/20

First student commission meeting of the year, Mrs Warnock, Mr Christopher and the student commission discussed 4 main points: COVID, Conduct, Homework & Thinking Hard, a new education system our school is implementing. Created very positive discussions and feedback. https://t.co/5jUnPyerW1

14/10/20

Celebrating BHM. https://t.co/ugrjRg9Ea5

14/10/20

HABE celebrates Black History Month exhibiting examples of outstanding artwork! https://t.co/3W78Tten81

13/10/20

# Oxbridge •Thu 15th Oct – Medicine/Oxbridge applications to be submitted to UCAS •Wed 14th Oct – Medicine/Oxbridge applications to be submitted to HEA •Tue 13th Oct – Medicine/Oxbridge applications to be submitted to HABE Sixth Form Team

12/10/20

Retweetd From HABE Sport

Another excellent turnout for year 8 boys football training this evening https://t.co/Veml6dfzRk

12/10/20

Competition time! History-Research David Olusoga and re-design a front cover for his book Black and British. Explain your re-design in 200 words. Refer to at least three historical details from black British history. Email- Ms Hussein l.Hussein.org. https://t.co/nMBnJNhsv0

12/10/20

BHM - Competition time for all HABE students! PE- Send a video of yourself showboating a skill or trick shot in any sport/activity. To enter email- Mr Shone g.shone.org.uk. https://t.co/QhH33NeUu7

12/10/20

BHM - Competition time for all HABE students! English- Create a poster of a key black figure exploring their importance (Deadline Fri 16th Oct). To enter email- Ms Valente l.valente.org.uk https://t.co/lanOzDFfrP

12/10/20

Retweetd From Secret Headteacher

If you’re a parent, drop your kid’s school a line to tell them they’re doing a good job. It’ll mean the world when they find it on Monday morning.

09/10/20

Calling Y12! Introducing K+ Kings College London programme. completely free and offers a programme of events, activities and academic workshops created to help support your university application and more! Apply here https://t.co/I5GJrw10OA Deadline - Friday the 23rdOctober https://t.co/q2vqdvi1A2

09/10/20

BHM - celebrating key figures https://t.co/62iXWC95DR

08/10/20

Celebrating people from every background and culture! “We are changed by what we see. Just as we are changed when we are seen” .

07/10/20

Celebrating Black History Month... https://t.co/F9emu63iWh

06/10/20

Celebrating cultural cuisine during Black History Month! https://t.co/4dBSGuctdz

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Post 18 Options

Please find information below regarding the various routes our sixth form students can pursue and key sources of information to aid them. Please click on the links provided for more information. 

Options beyond year 13


University Information

  • UCAS - Central organisation through which applications are processed for entry to higher education.
  • HEAP - HEAP online is a good starting point to research university degree courses.
  • Unistats - Official website for comparing UK higher education course data.
  • University Compare - Compare the best ranked degree courses in the subject of your choice.
  • What Uni? - Compare aspects of degree courses.
  • The Student Room - Large online community of students where you can discuss universities, health, relationships, lifestyles and more.
  • bestcourse4me.com - Explore the links to subjects you are studying to potential careers that may lead from them.
  • The Complete University Guide - A guide to UK universities.
  • Higher Education Careers Service Unit - Detailed research about higher education and graduate careers.
  • Which? University - An independent website to explore universities and higher education courses.
  • UK University Search - Information about open days.
  • Careers Gateway - Links to information about careers and higher education.
  • Bright Knowledge - Guide to careers, education and student life.
  • Unifrog – A platform which allows you to search for degrees.

 Higher Apprenticeships


Apprenticeships


Foundation Degrees

Alternatives to university include foundation degrees.


Overseas Study

If you are interested in studying abroad, the following websites provide information:


Choosing your Degree

If you are thinking of going to university, the choice of degree subjects and universities might be overwhelming.  The following websites provides information and advice on what subject you study at university might help you get the career you want.


Study Skills


School Leavers

  • Pure Potential - Information and a video about options for school leavers.
  • BDO - School leaver programmes in a variety of areas in accountancy, including audit, tax and financial services.
  • Ernst & Young - School leaver programmes in a variety of areas of business.
  • Grant Thornton - School Leaver Programmes in a variety of areas in accountancy, including audit, tax and financial services.
  • ICAEW - School Leaver Programmes to become a chartered accountant.
  • Mazars - School Leaver Programmes in a variety of areas in accountancy, including audit, tax and financial services.
  • PWC - Jobs and opportunities for School Leavers interested in accountancy.
  • Works For Me - Traineeships to develop skills for the workplace, and to help find employment in 12 weeks.
  • Deloitte - Opportunities for School Leavers to get involved with a global company.
  • The Guardian - 10 things parents need to know about school leavers - Want to explain School Leaver programmes to your parents?
  • Student Ladder School Leavers - Information and advice on school leaver programmes in different sectors.
  • Step Forward - A full-time 12-month school leaver programme in London.
  • Pathway – careers mentoring and training.

Free Courses

Whatever you decide to do when you leave school, there is always opportunities for further learning.  Many are free or low cost, and often online.

  • EDX - Free courses in a range of subjects, learn at your own pace and connect with other learners.
  • Coursera - Courses in a wide range of subjects offered by institutions worldwide, and learn at your own pace.
  • Mooc List - A directory of Massive Open Online Courses, where free courses are offered in a variety of subjects from around the world.
  • iTunesU - Access to audio courses in a range of subjects from leading universities - only through iTunes, iPad and iPhones.
  • Future Learn - Free courses in a wide range of subjects.

Options at 16+ for Year 12

Choosing your A Levels

 


Apprenticeships


 

School Leavers

  • Pure Potential - Information and a video about options for school leavers.
  • BDO - School leaver programmes in a variety of areas in accountancy, including audit, tax and financial services.
  • Ernst & Young - School leaver programmes in a variety of areas of business.
  • Grant Thornton - School Leaver Programmes in a variety of areas in accountancy, including audit, tax and financial services.
  • ICAEW - School Leaver Programmes to become a chartered accountant.
  • Mazars - School Leaver Programmes in a variety of areas in accountancy, including audit, tax and financial services.
  • PWC - Jobs and opportunities for School Leavers interested in accountancy.
  • Works For Me - Traineeships to develop skills for the workplace, and to help find employment in 12 weeks.
  • Deloitte - Opportunities for School Leavers to get involved with a global company.
  • The Guardian: 10 Things Parents Need To Know About School Leavers - Want to explain School Leaver programmes to your parents?
  • Student Ladder: School Leavers - Information and advice on school leaver programmes in different sectors.
  • Step Forward - A full-time 12-month school leaver programme in London.

Colleges

There are also local colleges who offer a variety of courses and apprenticeships. 


Study Skills

UCAS

Unifrog