There are a number of websites available to both students and parents that can help provide information and advice.

Careers Guidance

  • All About Careers: Career exploration, jobs and advice.
  • Career Pilot: Designed to help 11 to 19-year-olds explore study and work pathways.
  • Careersbox: A free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.
  • icould: Features over 1000 videos of real people talking about their careers.
  • National Careers Service: A government service that provides information, advice and guidance on learning, training and work.
  • Prospects: Advice on jobs, courses and careers.
  • Start: Job, apprenticeship and course information for 11 to 18-year-olds plus tools, including job suitability profiling and online records of achievement.
  • Success at School: The place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice.
  • Target Careers: Expert information and advice on the range of career possibilities available and the best routes into them.

For Parents

  • Parental Guidance: Information for parents to support your child's career decisions.

Experience & Skills

  • Barclays LifeSkills: A free, curriculum-linked programme, to help improve the skills and employability of young people in the UK.
  • Do It: National volunteering website.
  • Student Ladder: Help students from 16-24 find work experience, apprenticeships, internships, industrial placements and full time roles.


  • Discover Uni (previously Unistats): An official source of information about higher education.
  • The university and college open day directory.
  • Informed Choices: A resource from the Russell Group that is aimed at pupils aged 14+ who are considering university and want information to help them choose the right subjects to study at sixth form or college.
  • Studential: Examples of personal statements by subject plus in-depth information for students from GCSE to postgraduate study.
  • The Complete University Guide: Independent UK university rankings, course information and expert advice for students.
  • The Uni Guide (previously Which? University): A free and unbiased university advice service from the The Student Room, which is based on content that was originally hosted on Which? University.
  • UCAS: Universities and colleges admissions service plus helpful information on study options, apprenticeships and careers


  • AllAboutSchoolLeavers: Information on the different levels of apprenticeship as well as the latest school leaver job news and advice.
  • Amazing Apprenticeships: Helps students navigate the fast-changing world of apprenticeships and vocational education.
  • Find an Apprenticeship: The government's national apprenticeship finder.
  • Get my First Job: A gateway to hundreds of apprenticeships that will help you kick start your career.
  • Not Going to Uni: A website dedicated to apprenticeships, distance learning, foundation degrees, gap years, sponsored degrees, voluntary work, jobs, training and more.

Download our list of sector specific careers websites here →

For further information on careers, please email our Careers Officer, Miss Deana Edwards, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Founded in 1503, Bridgnorth Endowed School has a rich and long history in education.

Today, it is a vibrant non-selective co-educational secondary school that offers great facilities, high quality teaching and an exciting choice of extra-curricular activities.

The school benefits from a thirty-acre campus and its own on-site leisure centre, with all the convenience of a town centre location.

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Northgate, Bridgnorth
Shropshire, WV16 4ER
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