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Year 11 Exam Booklet 2022

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JCQ Written Examinations 2021 - Information for Candidates

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Making a start for 6th Form at Garth Hill

Contact the Sixth Form at Garth team to confirm your choices using the following email address gh6@garthhillcollege.com. If you have the relevant GCSEs to complete your choices then get a head start with Unifrog, as it can help you begin the process of your KS5 education.

Sign in to Unifrog using the following link https://www.unifrog.org and use the 'Exploring Pathways' section.

It is always a good idea to have your CV updated and ready to apply for potential employment or apprenticeship opportunities. Have a look at the CV builder tool on Unifrog to give you an idea of what to include and how to structure your CV: https://www.unifrog.org/student/cv. You can also create multiple versions of your CV that are tailored to specific roles, and save them via Unifrog.

Unifrog has some other great tools to give you some ideas of future directions if you are still finding yourself a bit stuck:

Apprenticeships

If you are interested in an apprenticeship, please do have a look on Unifrog at the Apprenticeship Shortlist tool. It is updated every 24 hours to show apprenticeships that are currently available: https://www.unifrog.org/student/apprenticeships/start. There is also additional information in the “Know-How” library on apprenticeships if you are looking for more information before your start your search: https://www.unifrog.org/student/know-how/uk-apprenticeships

In addition to Unifrog, there are some other great apprenticeship resources out there. These include:

  • Amazing Apprenticeships: https://amazingapprenticeships.com/resources/. This website contains a wealth of resources both for students and their parents/carers to gain a better understanding of what apprenticeships are like and how to obtain one.
  • National Careers Service: https://www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship. This website allows you to search current apprenticeship opportunities, manage your applications, and set up an alert to notify you of any new opportunities that may be of interest to you.

Not sure what to do in September?

You still have the opportunity to apply to the Sixth Form at Garth Hill College, visit the website and start your application https://www.garthhillcollege.com/Sixth-Form-Admissions

Alternatively, if there are other courses which are not available here at the Sixth Form at Garth Hill College then look at some other of the local education providers:

Bracknell and Wokingham Collegehttps://bracknell.activatelearning.ac.uk

This is for any student who is yet to secure a place to start on a study programme at college this September. It is also an opportunity if you have already had an offer for a place on one of our courses, but your plans for September have changed and you want to speak to someone about alternative options. Either way, this is your chance to chat with a pathway specialist to find out more about our programmes, what is involved, and how to enrol. 

BCA (Berkshire College of Agriculture) - https://bca.ac.uk/apply-online

Students at BCA receive a personalised study programme which helps students to achieve their ambitions beyond successfully completing their college course.

We like to do things differently and tailor our whole approach around you. Whatever your starting point, you’ll discover that BCA gives you much more than a qualification.

Find out more on the Examinations page.