This section links to websites and directories of information about learning and training options for young people in secondary education, for after year 11 and opportunities for disabled young adults.
A national website which includes profiles of all the sixth form colleges, sixth forms, further education colleges and training providers in Suffolk, plus details of their courses and programmes.
Who is it for?
- young people, parents and carers, professionals who work with any young person who is looking into their post-16 learning options
For an overview of all your options after leaving year 11, and information about the Raising of the Participation Age.
For information, advice and guidance around post-16 options for young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
For a list of the learning providers offering alternative provision for young people with SEND.
There are three directories which pull together information about opportunities available for a disabled young person when they have finished at further education college, sixth form college or sixth form. They include details about social enterprises, personal development opportunities, care farms, leisure pursuits, volunteering and youth and social groups across Suffolk. They are updated twice a year.
Who are they for?
- They can be used by parents and carers, professionals and young people