The range of opportunities for our young people at the end of Key Stage 4 or Key Stage 5 is beginning to increase and opportunities range from day-to-day provisions run by organisations and charities including; mini enterprise and community projects, through to supported learning courses at a college. These can include Entry Level and Level 1 qualifications. There are also many opportunities for work experience placements in a variety of sectors.
Learning in Zone 3
This takes a more mature approach to students selecting options linked to their strengths and possible career pathways. Students study a range of academic and vocational subjects both on the school site and with external providers. By the time the students leave the Beacon, they may have a range of qualifications and experiences in specific work placements linked to their chosen career pathway.