New 2021/22 STEM and parents’ guides coming soon!

We are delighted to announce that our brand new 2021/22 edition STEM and Parents’ Guides will be released digitally on 8th of September. Both guides will be available for schools and parents to access FREE. Just sign up to our mailing list to receive your copies. 
Parents can sign up here:

To access the guides, parents and carers just need to sign up to our special parents' mailing list. Please send them this link to a special sign-up form explaining the guides:
Teachers can sign up here:

Please share the below link with any colleagues who may be interested in receiving the guides:

What can you expect?


Parents’ guide:

This year’s Parents’ Guide will be our second edition, and has a skills specific theme. This guide has been designed to help parents support their children in making informed decisions about their future, and develop the correct skills to help them succeed. Parents will benefit from content on topics including:
  • Pathways into work, including T-levels, apprenticeships and university
  • The importance of employability skills 
  • The value of work experience placements
  • Student finance and choosing student accommodation
  • Careers advice dos and don’ts
  • 24-day “skills workout” exercises to complete at home, designed to help young people actively develop eight key employability skills
  • PLUS interviews and guest content from organisations including PwC, University of Bath, Sky, Institute of Student Employers, Staffordshire University and many more

STEM guide:

This year’s STEM Guide explores the full range of secondary and A-level STEM subjects, to help young people to understand more about careers in the STEM field. This comprehensive guide has been designed to showcase just how creative, exciting and rewarding a career in STEM can be. Students will benefit from content including:
  • 10 detailed subject pages, each detailing career paths these can lead to and the qualifications needed to get there
  • Pathways into STEM, covering T-levels, apprenticeships and university
  • STEM in its real world applications looking at innovations STEM has helped us create through history and how it can benefit us in the future
  • Case studies and interviews from organisations including TFL, Sky, Royal Horticultural Society and many more
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Best regards,
Success at School Team

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