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Enrich Learning Trust celebrates the proud and individual identities of member schools, providing bespoke support and challenge to strive for the best outcomes for all children, developing and nurturing the whole child, creating a purposeful and happy family of schools.

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Other useful websites include:

National Careers Service for Careers Support and Information - www.direct.gov.uk/nationalcareersservice       

Help for SEN students to continue studying - www.disabilityrightsuk.org           

This may be useful for your students, you can search for jobs and apprenticeships across all the sectors and narrow searches down to local vacancies. There are also lots of useful vlogs and articles about different jobs and what is involved in different areas of work. www.careermap.co.uk

Transport assistance for Post 16 - www.norfolk.gov.uk/post16transport

Higher Education (HE)

Introduction to HE - www.direct.gov.uk               

Universities information & applications - www.ucas.com   

Gap Year choices -  www.realgap.co.uk                                                

Support & vacancies for graduates & undergraduates - www.futuretalent.com                


Studying abroad - www.prospects.ac.uk         

Not going to Uni? Alternative options - www.notgoingtouni.org                                          

Money Matters - www.moneytolearn.direct.gov.uk   

University Compare
A comprehensive university comparison site, offering students resources, tools, student discounts and university stats and rankings

A website which tells you everything you need to know about Clearing and Adjustment and offers an app which allows you to speak to universities directly.

Uni Compare app
Download the Uni Compare app and see our service in action. Works for all smartphones.

University course search 
Our unique course search allows you to see all of the different courses available for students and lets you instantly see the best course for you!

What other help is on offer?

You can also contact the National Careers Service on 0800 100 900 or visit their website at https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/. They can provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.

Where students may not have an idea of what they would like to do, we would recommend them using the survey on the National Careers Service website ‘The Skills Health Check’ at https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/skills-health-check/home