Useful resources for students and parents

National Careers Week NCW 

The Future of Work Guide - 2021

A-levels, BTEC or IB: What’s right for me?

The complet guide to A-Level, BTEC and international Baccalaureate choice

Labour Market information can help to explain which industries are expanding and where future jobs in London will be.

Labour Market Information 

Please see the attached information about apprenticeships. The information enclosed is incredibly helpful for you and your child if you are thinking about the apprenticeship route having finished GCSE’s or A Level’s. 

Parent's and Carers' Pack

The BBC Bitesize website has a dedicated section to the world of work with lots of accessible careers information including career profiles, CV and interview advice, industry articles and themed videos.

Bitesize Careers

The website includes interactive tools, films and articles to suit independent study for students aged 14+ including a virtual interview practice and virtual work experience. There is also a section for parents. Some activities require sign in but all are free of charge.

Life Skills 

Samsung have launched a new online careers platform featuring a series of short video profiles with young people working in the tech industries. The focus is on the top ten jobs that are trending amongst young people at the moment.

The Alternative Careers Guide

Start is a free, online careers platform, designed to connect 11-18 year olds with their future career potential.

Start: Online Careers Platform

ScreenSkills is the industry-led skills body for the screen industries. They work across the UK to ensure that film, television (including children's and high-end drama), VFX (visual effects), animation and games have the skills and talent they need.


This website provides lots of helpful insight into careers in the screen industries including downloadable resources and activities.

Free Activities For Young People To Do At Home

The Institute of Physics is the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland. They inspire people to develop their knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of physics.

Where Physics Could Take You: Career Paths

If you enjoy studying physics but aren't sure how it could help your job prospects, this webpage shows you a range of different career paths you could take. The site includes case studies with professionals where they share their career path and speak about what their job involves.