Cumbira Lancashire

Classroom Resources

Learners Zone – Buzz Quiz

Here you can find the Buzz Quiz which helps students to find out their strengths and which careers they might be best suited to.

Buzz Quiz

 

Careers Box

Tools for teachers is your film library full of useful educational resources.

Tools for Teachers

Which? Explorer tool

A useful tool for students to see what their degree options could be based on their A level subjects. There is also an opportunity to explore the BTEC route.

Which? Explorer

Bright Knowledge

Bright Knowledge is the essential guide to careers, education and student life.

Bright Knowledge

 

Russell Group

Russell Group universities work closely with schools and colleges across the UK to help raise attainment and aspirations, and to provide careers IAG. Here you can find A Russell Group Guide to making decisions about post-16 education.

Russell Group

Here you can find A Russell Group Guide to making decisions about post-16 education.

Informed Choices (pdf)

 

UCAS – Teachers Resources

UCAS Progress provides information for teachers and advisers about different opportunities for post-16 education and training.

UCAS Progress     Resources and Lesson Plans

UCAS advisers information, including information on the new UCAS Tariff.

UCAS Advisers     Guides and Resources

Information and resources on UCAS personal statements.

Personal Statements

 

Student Finance England

Resources you can share with the parents or sponsors of anyone thinking about higher education; including presentations, guidance and films. There is also lesson plans, factsheets and leaflets.

Student Finance Resources

 

National Careers Service

Interactive career pathway map to help young people from year 8 onwards to think about their future.

Start Your Career Journey

UniTasterDays Teachers’ Guide to University

UniTasterDays.com guide with answers to questions students may have about further study. Advice from sector leaders across the UK includes what universities look for in applications, fees and finance and widening participation.

Teachers’ Guide