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    Futures Day for Parents
    Our UCAS evening for parents was extremely well received and we hope you all went away feeling a little more informed about the process.

    For those of you who could not attend please click here to access the powerpoint used during the evening.

    If you have any further queries please contact Mr Fullam, Head of Yr12


    Good Uni Guide

    Students can download the latest edition of the Good Uni Guide free, on your smart-phone by going to this website:



    It's time to think about what happens after year 13.  For those of students intending on going to university it is time to start choosing courses and writing personal statements.  The deadlines schedule is on this page, as are a useful list of links to help you.

    Don't forget to regularly check the UCAS Apply 2020 Google classroom (code yu485x4).   It's the place to look for information about how to support your UCAS application, as well as resources and guidance for writing personal statements.  The site is updated frequently and contains up to date information about summer schools and other useful opportunities.


    UCAS pages – This is the main UCAS page.  Advice, guidance and an overview of all stages of application – The UCAS application pages


    Choosing universities – comparison and information sites.  Do not base your opinion on just one of these sites, as they can be very subjective.  This is not an exhaustive list.




    Finance information– The formal student finance website.– Some user-friendly information on student finance - Opinion, news and advice on all things student finance

    Norwich Summer school – - An excellent course tailored to help students with Russell Group applications


    This is a course run at the UEA which goes through the relevant skills required for university.

     Bursaries are available for this course - ask for information when you contact them.


    MOOC – massive open online course which covers the skills for university

    This is a free online course covering very specific (and extremely useful) university skils.