* 3. Gender

* 5. Where would you go to find the latest Labour Market Information?

  Not at all A little Quite a lot Very much
Careers classes
As a lesson or topic in subject classes
From the Careers Service advisor
Presentation from Young Enterprise, Eye 4 Education, etc.
Internet
Careers Library
Social Media
Local news

* 6. Which of the following have you included in your Personal Career Planning?

* 7. Which of the following have you used to influence your careers decisions?

  Not at all A little Quite a lot Very much
Mother
Father
Carer
Brother/Sister
Other family member
Subject teachers
Careers Teachers
Careers Service Advisor
Employers
Guest speakers
Mentor
Friends

* 8. What research have  you conducted in relation to your subject choices at school?

  Not at all A little Quite a lot Very much
Business insight days
Business mentor
Careers Conventions
Employer contributions in class
Guest speaker
STEAM event
Young Enterprise, Eye 4 Education, etc.

* 9. What experience of work do you have?

* 10. Pupils in years 11 and 12
Which options are you most interested in at the end of Year 12?

  Not at all Quite interested Interested Very interested
Return to school to study A levels
Return to school to study Level 3 qualifications, e.g. BTEC
Progress to college to study a vocational subject, e.g. Electrical Engineering, Plumbing and Heating
Progress to college to study an academic subject.
Continue to  job skills training
Secure employment

* 11. Pupils in years 13 and 14
Which options are you most interested in at the end of Year 14?

  Not at all Quite interested Interested Very interested
Progress to university
Progress to college and study a foundation degree
Progress to college to study a Level 4 or 5 course
Secure an apprenticeship
Gap Year
Secure employment

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