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Слова: atmosphere, career, colleges, clubs, courses, deal with, disabilities, discipline, encourage, experience, further education, GCSE’s, leave, Level, opportunities, sixth form, vocational.

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After you have done your (0)GCSE’s you need to make important decisions. So what are your choices? You can either (1)_____ school and go to work or stay at school. You also can either a (2)______ college or a college of (3)_______.

Leave School

If you are sure this is for you and you have a specific (4)_______ you want to go into, then go for it. But do not be surprised if you find it difficult to get a job at the age of 16 with no (5)______.

Stay at school

Most schools have sixth forms which they (6)________ their students to go into, You will have the same teachers and friends and things around you. In addition, you do not have to (7)______ change and making new friends. Although the (8)______ will probably be less pressured than at school, the teachers will still make you do the work. If you need a «push» to do anything then you may better stay at school where the (9)_______ is more strict.

Sixth-form colleges

They are for students aged 16-18, which usually offer a lot of A (10)_______ subjects and sometimes other courses. For students who study there, there are lots of (11)______ to express oneself. Many sixth-form colleges have student unions, which have various sports (12)________, societies and may organize interesting events.

Further Education College

These are colleges which offer a great range of (13)______, from A levels to (14)_______ courses like decorating and landscape designing. The students will be of different ages and backgrounds, as many colleges of further education encourage people with (15)______ to go into education.

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1 leave

2 sixth form

3 career

4 education

5 experience

6 encourage

7 deal with

8 atmosphere

9 discipline

10 Level

11 opportunities

12 clubs

13 courses

14 vocational

15 disabilities

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After you have done your (0)GCSE’s you need to make important decisions. So what are your choices? You can either leave school and go to work or stay at school. You also can either a sixth form college or a college of career.

 

Leave School

 

If you are sure this is for you and you have a specific education you want to go into, then go for it. But do not be surprised if you find it difficult to get a job at the age of 16 with no experience.

 

Stay at school

 

Most schools have sixth forms which they encourage their students to go into, You will have the same teachers and friends and things around you. In addition, you do not have to deal with change and making new friends. Although the atmosphere will probably be less pressured than at school, the teachers will still make you do the work. If you need a «push» to do anything then you may better stay at school where the discipline is more strict.

 

Sixth-form colleges

 

They are for students aged 16-18, which usually offer a lot of A level subjects and sometimes other courses. For students who study there, there are lots of opportunities to express oneself. Many sixth-form colleges have student unions, which have various sports clubs , societies and may organize interesting events.

 

Further Education College

 

These are colleges which offer a great range of courses, from A levels to vocational courses like decorating and landscape designing. The students will be of different ages and backgrounds, as many colleges of further education encourage people with disabilities to go into education.