Choices at 13/14

During Year 9 (although some schools start this in Year 8) you will have to make some important decisions about the subjects and courses you wish to study during Years 10 and 11 (Key Stage 4).

Read on to find out more about your Key Stage 4 choices.  You can also find out more from the Choices at 14 pages on icould - watch videos, read articles and check out their guide to choosing your options.

Norfolk County Council also produces Choices at 13/14 - a guide to making your Key Stage 4 option choices.

Staying in education or training until you are 18.

Don't forget that you now have to stay in some form of education or training until you are at least 18.

This doesn't mean that you have to stay on at school for an extra two years, but does mean that you will need to think carefully about your choices after Year 11.

At 16 you can choose to continue your learning at sixth form or college, get an apprenticeship or traineeship or get a job with training.

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