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What next after GCSE results?

Whatever their exam results, there are lots of different routes and options to get the skills and qualifications they need - and one of them will be right for your child.

Staying in education until they're aged 18 doesn’t necessarily mean staying at school.  Use the information below to support your child to choose their next step.

 


 

Covid-19

During the current Covid-19 pandemic, Entrust have pulled together some useful information to support young people, parents and education settings regarding organising the next step on a young person's learning journey.

There is a useful document on Covid-19 support you can download and print out on the Entrust website.

 


 

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