Useful Links


To find out more about university courses / applications and grade requirements:

UCAS Degree Apprenticeship Finder – Y13

UCAS and the DfE have developed a new resource on the UCAS website for students to find degree and higher level apprenticeships more easily. Any Y13 students looking for degree level or higher-level apprenticeships can use the link below to find a vacancy that they would like to apply for. It is strongly recommended that students still continue to apply for university courses through UCAS website in the normal way, to keep all of their post 18 options open to themselves.


Careers & Enterprise Company

The national body for careers education in England, delivering support to schools and colleges to deliver modern, 21st century careers education.

Click below to visit CEC homepage.

The Careers & Enterprise Company | The Careers and Enterprise Company


A useful website to find out about careers and the required skills/ qualifications required.

Click below to visit Prospects’ homepage.


Amazing Apprenticeships

Amazing Apprenticeships are a leading organisation in the education sector, founded to tackle misconceptions about apprenticeships and promote the benefits.

Click below for information on Apprenticeships.

Amazing Apprenticeships

Apply for an Apprenticeship

Use the government website to create an account and search for an apprenticeship suited to your own needs. Enter your postcode to find vacancies local to you.

Click below to search apprenticeships.

Find an apprenticeship – GOV.UK (


Labour Market Information (LMI)

Labour market information (LMI) helps us to understand employment in different sectors, occupations, wage levels and the skills/qualifications needed for these jobs. Students should explore a variety of LMI and resources, including what data is available and how they can use it to support with their career guidance planning and inform their understanding of the Lincolnshire economy. LMI information is widely available to students on the Unifrog platform for each of the job roles in the career’s library section.

Click below for Labour Market Information.

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In addition, we continue to maintain contact with many of our previous students.  We welcome our alumni into the academy to share their experiences about their career journeys.  If you are a former student and would like to contribute towards our careers programme please contact Mr Griffiths ( to discuss further.  Alternatively further information is available via Future First, a charitable alumni organisation:

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