After Year 11 you have choices about what you can do, but you do need to stay in education or training until your 18 years old. You could:
Deciding what to do can be difficult, but there are people and resources there to help you.
Open Days & Events
Sixth forms, colleges and other education providers usually host post-16 open events. Under normal circumstances they would be listed on this website. This year, due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, these events are either being delayed or moved to virtual events. Where there is published information regarding open days or virtual sixth form events they have been listed on this website.
Sixth forms and colleges are however, producing useful materials to help prospective applicants, they may have general virtual tours or are in the process of creating specific sixth form virtual tours. It is worth following the link to the provider information pages in KentChoices below for further information. Here you will find links to provider websites. Find open events in your local area, by choosing the most appropriate district below.
Log in to Your KentChoices Account
When you are ready, use KentChoices to apply, track your application and stay in touch with the schools or colleges you have applied to.
If you are at a Kent school, they will give you your log in details. If you are at an independent school, school outside Kent or home educated, you can self-register.
If you need assistance, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page, as this section might have the answer you need.
The Education People will stay in touch with you until you turn 18 in case you ever need help. You can find out more how we do this by visiting the Kent County Council website.
For more information how we use your personal information, please visit the KentChoices Privacy Notice.