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Post 16 Options Booklet 2021


Provider Access


Here are a selection of websites that you and your son/daughter might find helpful: for researching career options for 13-19 year olds. for up to date Labour Market Information. Information about Apprenticeships. for information on Higher Education and University. for alternative to University.

Dorset Labour Market & Skills Insights – Quarter 2 2021 | Dorset LEP

Please click here to view the 2020 Careers report.

Please click here for 'Careers Mag' information

Research from the @CareerEnt shows careers education is making a material difference for young people across the UK. Read the new Careers education in England’s Schools and Colleges report. #CareersInEngland2020

The @CareerEnt have carried out research across the country in the new Careers education in England’s Schools and Colleges report. It shows careers education is now making a material difference for young people. #CareersInEngland2020

73% of young people are more aware of different careers says evidence from @CareerEnt’s #CareersInEngland2020 report.

Careers at Avonbourne Academy

To see our Avonbourne Academies Career Framework 2021-2022, please click here.

Every student is entitled to impartial careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG). At United Learning we recognise that providing our students with the right opportunities will increase their aspirations and ensure they are ready for the world of work.

Students will leave Avonbourne Boys’ and Girls’ Academies plus USF having had contact with high-quality and impartial information and guidance. This will enable them to get the most out of their learning and to enable successful progression to further education or training and to have a clearer focus on their career goals.


During your time at Avonbourne Boys’ and Girls’ Academies as well as USF you will get a range of support via the Inspirational Futures Department. This can include 1:1 career guidance, PSHE sessions, trips, work experience, speakers, a careers fair and much, much more.

To book a Careers Appointment and to discuss your future ambitions please email Ms Loughnan (Careers and Enterprise Lead) on


We understand the challenges faced when trying to support your son/daughter to make the best decision for their career ambitions. Inspirational Futures offers you as parents the chance to receive up to date information and guidance to ensure you are aware of all the options available.

Ms Loughnan attends options evenings, year 11 & 13 parents’ evenings as well as USF open events to provide both students and parents with up to date Career information.

If you wish to speak to Ms Loughnan (our Careers and Enterprise Lead) directly, please contact her on


Local providers are invited to key relevant events. In addition, external providers interested in coming into school should speak to our Careers Leader to identify the most suitable opportunity.

The school policy on safeguarding sets out the school’s approach to allowing providers into school as visitors to talk to our students.

A provider wishing to request access should contact Kathryn Loughnan on


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