Other Resources

Resources and activities to keep you motivated

Whilst the majority of us are now at home following the government’s guidelines around self-isolation, you may be looking for other online sites and resources you can use to help you discover more about yourself, your career/learning preferences and, most importantly, keep you motivated. Click the logo to access.

Building on your skills and making yourself employable

Quizzes and games

Career exploration, information and guidance Online learning resources

The National Careers Service has launched a Skills toolkit to help you improve your digital and numeracy skills through free online courses;

Health and Wellbeing

There are lots of apps available for children and young people to promote wellbeing, take a look at some suggestions:

The University of Southampton is working to support and educate young people for lifelong health and have produced the following resource pack.

If you are a teenager looking for support tools and activities to help you survive lockdown take a look at this guide:

Parental Support and Guidance

Work Experience

Maybe in year 10 you haven’t been able to complete your work experience, don’t worry you can do this at any time and there are lots of different ways of achieving this.  There are some virtual work experience opportunities available now and there are lots of videos to inspire you about what it is like to work in particular jobs and industries.  Don’t forget work experience could be working for a day with a family member (even whilst at home), organising a day or a week during the holidays or volunteering and gaining useful employability skills (as you can see on the employable me poster above).

Hampshire and surrounding areas – support and careers information advice and guidance that’s local

 If you want to contact Hampshire Careers Service take a look at there latest newsletter