Resource list

Student resource list

Below is a comprehensive list of all the resources available for students to access via our website. In some cases the resource can be downloaded to work on in your own time.

Please click on each title to access the resource.

 

Study Higher student resource list (A-Z)

Resource Teacher or year group Brief description
Applied through UCAS – what next? 13 short explanations of next steps post application, an interactive ppt presentation and useful links.
Applying to Oxford and Cambridge 12 &13 looking at some of the key considerations for applying to these institutions and signposting to support and guidance from the universities themselves.
Applying to University 11 plus overview of UCAS application process, video, links and support for writing personal statements and information/guidance for providing a reference for an applicant to HE.
Applying for an apprenticeship 9 plus specific information relating to apprenticeship applications.
Apprenticeships all years  general information with links about apprenticeships.
Choices after school 9 plus a brief description about post school options including the online Amazing Race game.
Critical thinking skills for A-Level and EPQs with Big Questions Little Questions 12 & 13 a programme of activities to develop academic critical thinking skills in sixth-form students to prepare them for A-level study and university. 
Make It Yours All activities and advice to help build and shape the pathway to a student’s future.
Sim university tour All years an overview of the different facilities present on a university campus.
Student Finance and Funding 9 plus guide to finance with a short video, where to find support, links and a downloadable leaflet.
University applications: Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science 12 & 13 information with links in relation to applying for these courses at university level.
Wellbeing resources All ideas to help students and staff feel more positive and able to get the most out of life including a downloadable workbook.
Why Higher Education? 9 plus short video, explanation of the benefits of HE and 2 downloadable leaflets.
The Right Fit booklets:
Allied Health These are suitable for all year groups, especially from year 9 upwards. Each booklet helps to illustrate to students, who are studying the subject of the title at school or college, more about where continuing the subject could take them in the future?
Archaeology
Architecture
Art
Biology
Chemistry
Citizenship
Computing
Design and Technology
Engineering
English
Food Science
Geography
History
Languages
Mathematics
Medicine
Nursing
Performing Arts
Philosophy
Physical Education
Physics
Religious Education

If you have any questions about the resources please email us at info@studyhigher.ac.uk

 

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