Planning for the Future
Hillsyde 14-19 Federation students make confident and informed choices about what to do when they leave the Sixth Form, thanks to our comprehensive careers programme. In partnership with Connexions, our highly experienced team of tutors will give you in-depth advice to help you make important the decisions about your next step into Higher Education, training or employment.
"I feel confident about leaving school because I’ve had such good
support and advice about what to do next."
Making the right decisions
Confused about what to do next? You needn’t be. Stop and think carefully about the courses that are right for you, and why you want to take them. Think about what you are good at, what you enjoy doing, and what you want to do when you leave the Sixth Form. Do some research and talk to other people – your friends, teachers, family and older students can help you make sense of what to do next. Above all, come and see us. We can give you in-depth advice and explain all your options. Good luck in your exams, and we look forward to talking to you soon.
UCAS: Universities and Colleges Admissions Service
From the Hillsyde News, March 2007
Year 13 students have now finished the time consuming process of applying for university and other higher education colleges to start the next stage in their academic career. Students are now reaping the rewards by being offered places at their chosen universities! University will be a life changing experience for our students. They will experience a brand new learning environment, they will meet lots of new people from different walks of life and for some this will mean leaving home and living independently.
“I have been offered an interview at the University of Brighton. I am slightly nervous but still excited as it is the first step towards achieving my goal of becoming a P.E. teacher.” Nick
“I am excited about visiting universities as I have been accepted at 5. My first choice will be Sussex” Lauren
“I am still waiting for my last offer but it’s an exciting experience. I am going to hopefully pursue my computing ambition at Lincoln University.” Rory
“I can’t wait to start my Art Foundation Diploma at the London College of Communication. I’m really looking forward to the new experiences that lay ahead.” Claire