Year 11


In Year 11 the taught curriculum will focus on:

  • Post 16 options: what the options are and how to apply,  
  • Employment: rights and responsibilities, leadership qualities



Over the course of the end of Year 10 and the first half term of Year 11 we welcome a number of external providers into school to talk to students. 

As well as our popular and ever growing sixth form we also welcome in local colleges to speak to students. We advertise open events and communicate this to both students and parents. 


We work with Aim Apprenticeships to offer a range of opportunities and workshops from what it means to study on an apprenticeship route through to applying online. 

What is an apprenticeship?

This website gives you information on what an apprenticeship entails. 

If you wish to browse or even apply for an apprenticeship you will need to use this website:



All Year 11 students meet with Julie Kay our independent careers advisor-even if they have already had an appointment in Year 10. They will meet her to discuss their post 16 options, and she can advise them on how to apply or support them if they are not yet sure of their future path. 



Labour Marker Information gives us information about what is happening in the labour market. It can show us which industries and careers are in decline or on the increase. It can also provide information such as how many jobs are available in the local area and what opportunities may be out there for you. 

The following websites can give you more information

Written specifically for parents, this website is user-friendly and has lots of general careers information included

This website has a nifty tool that allows you to type in a careers and it instantly gives you LMI on that role

This article from icould gives you advice on how to interpret LMI

More detailed data on LMI including specific local Essex information