Looking to continue your education with A-levels?
The jump from GCSE to AS can seem very daunting at first. As a GCSE student you’ll have done, on average, around 10 subjects with the focus on memorising and learning the content. With A-levels your subjects will be reduced to 4 or 5 but you’ll need to actually understand them and use your own initiative a lot more.
Plan your year ahead to improve your employability
As you enter another year in education you should take the time to think about how you can use the next year to work on your employability.
Whether you are thinking of going to university, starting an apprenticeship or going straight into the workplace, there are lots of ways you can build your CV alongside your studies.
Make your school breaks count
GCSE and A level poll results
The polls are in!
After a tense few weeks at the end of August students across the country held their breath as results for GCSE and A-levels were revealed.
Recent S-cool polls asked students how they did.
GCSE students beat the national average (21.7 per cent of grades were A or A*) with 25% getting A* and 48% in the A-B bracket
A-level students polled 18% (A*) and 32% in the A-B bracket against the national average of 25.8% getting A* or A grade.
See the full results of the poll here: