Career Programme 2020


The Parents’ Guide provides parents with the information they need to help their teenage children make the right choices to create successful futures after GCSE and sixth form. Our online guides are designed to inform, involve and guide parental support. They include the most up to date information on topics such as apprenticeships, universities and revision techniques.



Facebook Live events will cover routes into an NHS career, all things nursing, apprenticeships and more. There’ll be plenty of time to ask questions too, so see you there! 


With over 150 job roles in the retail automotive industry there really is something for everyone.The Retail automotive industry is unique with its possibilities and progression routes. See some of the potential progression routes on our Career Pathway Maps to plan out your career here. 



Employability Skills 

key skills like teamwork, communication and problem solving are essential for any job. Clink on link to see how you can improve these skills. 


Edmonton County School Career Programme 2020/21

Post 16/18 Progression Pathway

Sixth form or College?

Student can make an informed choice as to what is going to be the right progression pathway for them. For students wishing to look at a broader range of subjects offered post 16, colleges can often provide more of variety. Sixth Form Centre’s are a little more structured environment as focus is on personalised engagement.

Level 3 Qualifications – A Levels / BTEC’s

Choosing subjects for A level, or the International Baccalaureate.

Read up on how to select subjects that leave doors open to careers or degree subjects you might want to pursue – even if you’re not yet sure what you want to do in the future.


Choosing BTEC subjects – read up on the difference between A level and BTEC’s and what you will gain from studying these subjects/qualifications.


Ada – National College of Digital Skills –

Ashmole Academy –

Aylward Academy –

Barnet and Southgate –  

BCE – Big Creative Education –

Capital City College Group (CONEL, C&I, Westminster Kingsway) –

Enfield County School –

Fortismere Sixth Form –

Haringey 6th form College –  

Hertford Regional College –

Chace Community School –

Latymer School –

LAE ( London Academy of Excellence) –

Lee Valley Sixth Form –

Leyton Sixth Form –

Oasis Academy –

Southgate School –

St Anne’s Catholic School –

Sir George Monoux –

St Ignatius College –

Waltham Forest College –

Winchmore Sixth Form –

Woodhouse College –

University Study

Apprenticeships and Sponsored Degrees

Alternatives to traditional university study.

Get an overview of choices at 18 that combine earning and learning, including apprenticeships of different levels, sponsored degrees and similar programmes.


Choosing between work and university

Get help weighing up whether traditional university study or taking an apprenticeship, sponsored degree or similar would be the best choice for you.

Other useful apprenticeships website to explore are:

My Future Choice –



Career Resources and websites

Start profile –


Talent Foundry –

Success at Schools Careers –

Saturday School –

Speakers for Schools –  

Your Game Plan –

Get my first job –

Know Before You Go:

Immersive Career Experiences
For Ages 15-18

Autumn Term

Architecture | Art | Computer Science | Dentistry | Engineering | Entrepreneurship | Fashion | Filmmaking | International Development | Investment Banking | Journalism | Law | Management Consultancy | Marketing | Medicine | Music | Politics |
Psychology | Publishing | Veterinary Science


We are delighted to announce our biggest ever schedule of work experience programmes for the autumn term, which your students can register for now. 

On our programmes, students work alongside top industry executives to gain a 360-degree experience of some of the world’s most competitive and desirable careers.

All autumn term programmes will be delivered ‘Live Online’: immersive work experience with successful professionals in a live, interactive environment; from the comfort of your own home.

For Ages 15 to 18:

Weekend Programmes in all 20 industries (up to 2 days each)
Autumn Internships in 9 industries (5 days during half term)

For Ages 12 to 14:
Weekend Programmes in 8 industries (1 day each)

Contact Miss Charlton (Career Leader) for more information