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Your Plans

LACES Your Plans, planning ahead

Planning ahead is really important. If you have a clear idea of what you want to do in future it can help you to stay on track right now.

Also if the people around you know what you are aiming for they can help you to make it happen.

Don't worry if things change - you will have lots of chances to make new plans as you move through your education.



Every looked after child must have a Personal Education Plan or PEP for short. Your PEP takes place every term at school or college and is all about you and how you are getting on with your education. More ....


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IEPs, IBPs, IPMs, EHCPs... What are they?

If you have special needs and/or a disability your school will have a plan that sets targets to help you make progress. Your school may call this an IEP, IBP, a Provision Map or you may have an EHCP or a Moving Forward Plan. More...



When you are in year 9 you must decide what subjects you want to study in years 10 and 11.... More... 

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Pathway Plan

Your Pathway Plan is a chance to discuss and set out your plans for the future once you finish school at age 16. More... 

Jobs and Careers

Try to think about what job you might do when you leave school. You can then find out what qualifications you need and make plans about how to get them.

The Connexions PA or Careers Advisor in your school can help you with this. More...


An Apprenticeship is a great way to learn. You can build up knowledge and skills, gain qualifications and earn money all at the same time.  More...




Make bold choices and make mistakes. It's all those things that add up to the person you become.



Angelina Jolie