You need to stay in learning until you are 18 - but choices at 14+ and 16+ mean you can choose the learning that suits you.
With an apprenticeship you can earn money, experience work, gain qualifications and start your career - fast.
Would you like to win some shopping vouchers? All you have to do is complete this form to register your 16+ learning destination with Oxfordshire County Council. You will then be entered into our monthly prize draw!
The EET Support Service provides one-to-one support for young people aged 16-18 Not in Employment, Education or Training who need extra help to re-engage with learning.
A-level choices are both difficult and important decisions to make. But here is the information that you need to know before making your choices.
Being excluded from school can have a bad impact on your learning, results and future. Find out how to stay cool at school.
Figuring out what you want to do for work can be confusing, here are resources to help you explore your options.
Every young person in Oxfordshire can access high-quality information and guidance about learning and careers choices, next steps and achieving their potential
Construction isn't just for labourers and isn't just building - IT, Engineering, Site Management and Administration all play their part, and there are good opportunities for everyone.
Careers in Health is not just about being a doctor, nurse or dentist. There are around 350 different careers available for anyone who decides to follow a career in health
Jobs in ICT come in all different varieties - find out how you can get started in the field, and get a job that suits your needs!
Careers in Sports and Leisure come in loads of different varieties and types - find the right one for you!
At 13 or 15 you can now apply to one of the alternative education providers such as a Studio school or one of the new University Technical Colleges.
Your choice of GCSEs can have a big effect on the rest of your life so choose them well.
Get the most out of your time at school by avoiding absence, learning well, taking up activities and other opportunities and solving problems quickly when they happen
Find out about the different ways to study for a Higher Education qualification
Not all of Oxfordshire’s young people go to school – some are educated at home
If you're leaving school at 16, you'll still have to stay in learning, but their are plenty of options available to you.
Posters, notices and fliers about open days, job clubs, training, learning and more for young people in Oxfordshire
Learn how you can do your best, and what you need to do if results are not as hoped
If you are having difficulties at your work, apprenticeship, training, learning, college or placement there is support available to help you stay in learning until you are 18
The age young people must stay in education, training and learning until is 18. Do you know your options?
Traineeships are flexible new training programmes for young people aged 16 to 24 years
Even when you are in employment it is important to keep on building new skills
Local training providers offer alternative options for 16+ learning, including community-based programmes, engagement, and specialist support