Key downloads and workbooks

Our resources

  • Digital Skills for students

    Activities and resources to help you understand more about digital skills.

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  • Year 11 Support Guide

    An easy-to-follow booklet that takes the complexity out of understanding your options for further and higher education, such as outlining the differences between the two, what course attainment levels mean, tips for interviews and meetings, FAQs and more.

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  • ‘Shaping Your Future’ Workbook

    Download our new interactive Higher Education Workbook for everything you need to know about ‘Your Next Steps'.

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  • Go Higher in healthcare handbook

    This handbook has been designed to help you explore jobs and careers in healthcare. Thinking about your future career options whilst you are still at school is a good idea. It can help you to decide what activities to do in your spare time and which subjects to choose. It can also help you to choose the most useful work experience opportunities.

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  • Parent and Carer Guide

    This guide contains key information you may need to be aware of when supporting your young person through their education journey.

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  • Disabled Learners Transition Pack

    Welcome to Go Higher West Yorkshire's Disabled Learners' Higher Education Transition Pack! This resource has been designed to support you on your own journey into Higher Education (HE). Making decisions about your future has never been easy and there is lots of information out there which can be overwhelming. We hope that this transition pack will help you to easily access information about the timelines, processes and support to enable you to progress into a destination of your choice. We understand that starting HE is a big step, one that often begins a long time before you finally arrive there. For many students who have received support or adjustments at school or college the transition to university can be confusing and hard to navigate, not least because the language and terminology used about Special Educational Needs (SEN), disability and support is very different. This can prevent some students from accessing the support they need.

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