Helping you log on to the future

East Riding Learning Partnership'Conor Spencer, 16 from Bridlington School Sports College,
East Riding Learning Partnership'Conor Spencer, 16 from Bridlington School Sports College,

DECIDING what you want to do when you leave school is a hard decision to make, but youngsters in the East Riding are being given a host of information online.

The Log On Move On website, which was developed by the East Riding Learning Partnership with colleagues at Hull City Council, offers students in Year 11 the chance to apply for post-16 opportunities via the internet.

The website provides information on courses available provides valuable information about how to write a good CV, interview techniques plus information for parents.

Conor Spencer, 16, from Bridlington School Sports College, used the Log On Move On website to secure himself a place in the sixth form at Bridlington School Sports College to study A Level biology, history, mathematics and sport.

He used the website during his Personal Social Health and Citizenship Education lessons, to check out his options and help him make the right choices for his future.

Conor said: “It was great to check on all the schools and colleges that offered the courses I wanted to study and review the course information.

“All the information you need is in one place and with a few clicks you can send your application. I would recommend the Log On Move On website.”