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Home Learning: Wellbeing
Help your young person develop wellbeing coping mechanisms and a positive attitude through shared or independent activities, and by watching online lessons around the topic.
Home Learning: Employability skills
Help young people identify the skills required for the workplace, through shared or independent activities, and by watching online lessons.
Preparing for the move to secondary school
With transition activities not taking place at school now, support your child at home to feel confident about the move from primary to secondary school.
Popular tools for parents and young people@headingTag>
Help provide work experience - virtually
With our activities providing insight into a range of workplaces through with a simulation tool, broad range of industry films and interactive worksheets.
Our smart CV Builder tool uses Facebook and Twitter to help young people create the perfect first impression.
Virtual Interview practice
Help your child rehearse answers to common interview questions so that they can step into any interview with confidence.
Practice online assessments
Some employers require applicants to do an online assessment as part of the application process. Get your son or daughter ready by practicing here.
Articles for you from our parents blog@headingTag>
Make the most of CVs and covering letters
How do these two crucial documents combine to make a positive first impression?
12 mistakes young people make on their CV
Silly CV mistakes can make or break a young person’s job application. Read our expert tips on the common problems to avoid.