Fullbrook 6

Fullbrook is fortunate to have it’s own dedicated 6th Form where many Year 11 students choose to continue studying for A-Level. Students can choose from a wide range of courses including subjects that follow on from their GCSEs and completely new areas of study which align well with the knowledge built up to Year 11.   Fullbrook 6 also benefits from a self contained building which creates a small college atmosphere offering lots of facilities for exclusive use by Years 12 & 13 such as private study areas with ICT resources, comfy common room with its own coffee shop.

In Year 11 students get to experience life in Fullbrook 6 through a taster day which takes place on one of the scheduled Deep Learning Days.

To find out more about Fullbrook 6 and what it can offer you for the next step of your education journey click here.

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Careers Information

Whether you’re considering continuing in full time education after GCSES, or are keen to get out into the working world through an apprenticeship, it’s important you do your research into whatever career path you wish to pursue. The Fullbrook Careers Library carries a wealth of information on career paths which you may be interested in. We have also curated a list of online resources which will provide additional advice and help as you explore your options beyond Fullbrook. Click the buttons below to view our handy lists of careers websites and virtual careers talks.

There are also a number of resources offering advice and helpful information on the Fullbrook 6 website for students who don’t plan to go to university after A-Levels.


Click here for the latest Innervate Careers Newsletter.

BTEC & Apprenticeships

Not every student feels that an academic course is right for their next step after, and at Fullbrook we aim to provide extensive access to information on alternative opportunities which can be pursued after GCSE and A-Level. A BTEC course or Apprenticeship scheme offers a more hands on & practical learning path for young people which can lead to vocational qualifications in a chosen career.

BTEC (Business and Technology Education Council) is a qualification that focuses on practical study which has a career focus, and can be studied in conjunction with GCSE & A-Level courses or as a standalone qualification. You can find out more about BTECs on the Youth Employment website.

Apprenticeship is a scheme which offers individuals the opportunity to learn on the job whilst earning a wage, and studying for a career related qualification. They last for a minimum of 12 months but can take up to 4 years depending on the qualifications that are needed to complete the apprenticeship, or how the learning is spread out. You will typically be working between 30 and 40 hours a week, including time spent attending college for your qualifications.

You also can learn more about Apprenticeships by viewing a helpful video from Innervate here.


Open Apprenticeship Schemes

 LAW – Are you interested in a career in law?  Would you love to work for a global law firm with offices around the world?  Do you want to develop skills to give you the best possible chance at being successful in the future?

If the answer is yes then please consider our bespoke, award-winning, two-year development programme for year 12 or equivalent students – Clifford Chance ACCESS.

This pioneering programme consists of twelve different components (some of which are paid), each focused around specific core areas of your personal and professional development, culminating in the opportunity to secure a place on our ACCESS SPARK programme and ultimately a Training Contract.

If you have any questions then please contact us on graduate.recruitment@cliffordchance.com

MEDICINE CAMP – We have a few spaces left on our Medicine Camp during the April half term. I have attached details of the week below. It would be great if you could share the course details with your students?

Course date: 2nd April – 8th April 2023

Course type: 6 day residential

Location: London (UK)

Ages: 15+


  • 28 hours medical work experience
  • Taught by experienced NHS Doctors
  • Hands-on medical work experience
  • Expert medical school application seminars
  • Mock medical school interviews
  • Entrance examination sessions (UCAT & BMAT)
  • Accommodation and food included

I have included a link to the full course information here: https://educationprojects.co.uk/courses/uk-medical-work-experience-course/

Alternative Places to Study

Students sometimes prefer to move on to a different college to continue their educations.  This may be because Fullbrook isn’t able to offer the courses they wish to study, because they wish to pursue a more vocational path, or sometimes it’s as simple as the college is closer to where they live. Whatever the reason, Fullbrook will always do what it can to help students make the decisions that are right for them. See our list of alternative education providers below for details of their website and any open events that are coming up.

College Virtual Open Days/Evenings 2021/22

College Open Day Dates & Times Websites
Fullbrook 6 Book an appointment at anytime www.fullbrook6.co.uk
Brooklands College (Weybridge Campus)



(Ashford Campus)

Wednesday 10th November 4.30pm – 7pm

Saturday 27th November 10am – 1pm


Thursday 11th November 4.30pm – 7pm

Please register via the website www.brooklands.ac.uk/events
Farnborough Sixth Form College Thursday 21 October https://farnborough.ac.uk/
Farnborough College of Technology Wednesday 17th November 4pm – 7.30pm

2nd March 2022 4pm – 7.30pm

Farnham College New dates TBC – check website https://www.farnham.ac.uk/Home.aspx
Godalming College New dates TBC – check website https://www.godalming.ac.uk/
Guildford College Saturday 13th November 9.30am – 12.30pm www.guildford.ac.uk
Merrist Wood College Wednesday 17th November 4pm – 7pm https://www.merristwood.ac.uk/Home.aspx
Woking College Thursday 7th October 3.30pm – 8pm www.woking.ac.uk

Army Foundation College Harrogate – A college like no other

  • Did you know?
    Junior soldiers get paid around £950 a month after food and accommodation.
  • At AFC, junior soldiers aged 16 and 17 learn skills from map reading and weapon handling to leadership and using their initiative, whilst earning a salary. After graduating they will start their Army initial trade training, and usually an apprenticeship related to their role.

Find out more 

Book your place


CITB National Construction College – Supporting the skills needs of the British construction sector

  • CITB has lots of information about apprenticeships to help you get started. To find out more visit the CITB website.