Moving on post-16 resources
Find out about services that offer information and advice around education, apprenticeships and employment for young people aged 16 years old and over.
- What you can do after leaving school
- Apprenticeships and traineeships
- City Gateway Supporting Learners
- The Tower Project - Building Better Opportunities - The aim of this project is get those furthest from the job market into paid employment
- SEND Young People's Information Advice and Support Service
- SEND Young People's Advice and Support Service Drop In
- Disabled Student Allowances
Support for Disabled People in higher education
- Transitions guide for parents
What will happen when my child gets older.
- Rich Mix New Creatives Programme - A programme open to young people aged 16–18 based in Tower Hamlets who are not currently in employment, education or training (NEET) and have an interest in working in the arts.
- National Children’s Bureau are now recruiting participants for Living Assessment project.
- Discover your skills and careers
The assessment asks you to think about the type of work you want to do. its takes five to 10 minutes. At the end you'll get a summary of job groups that might interest you based on your answers, for example creative careers or working in healthcare.
Provides detailed access information to thousands of venues across the UK including London. Includes restaurants, cinemas, theatres, railway stations.
- SEND Post 16 Review
- Supported Internships
Supported internships are courses aimed at young people aged 16-25, who have an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan and want to move into work but need extra support to do so.
- Preparing for Adulthood Post 16 Checklist