MHS Teachers & Staff

As a member of staff at Monkseaton High School you can have a huge influence on the future of our students. You can shape and influence the choices they make and the pathways they intend to follow. It is therefore vital that you are empowered to support our students and have access to the most up to date information about careers and the possible destinations our students may pursue.

FE and HE (Further and/or Higher Education)

One route our students may take is to progress into further or higher education.

Further Education – College or Sixth Form (usually study at level 3 but can be level 1 or 2 depending on GCSE performance)

Higher Education – University (or College) – students may choose to study an undergraduate degree or foundation degree.

UCAS: Supporting students with Personal Statement Writing for HE

Click here for the UCAS Personal Statement Worksheet

UCAS: Tariff Points 


Click here for the MHS student UCAS tariff point guide

Click here to access the complete UCAS Tariff Guide 2020 for all Qualifications


There are many different apprenticeships that our students can choose to follow if they so wish to. These apprenticeships range from business and finance, sport and leisure to construction and engineering. Depending on the apprenticeship, and the level, the requirements (both education and personal) will vary – it is important that students check these carefully before applying.

To research and look for apprenticeships follow this link;

Labour Market Information

The world of work is ever changing and it is vitally important that you are able to provide students with the most up to date information about the career field(s) that they are interested in. LMI is exactly this, up to date information about employment across all sectors. Specific information about the North East would suggest that there are 4 growth areas in the region; advanced manufacturing, digital, energy and health and life sciences.

For more LMI for the NE click these links;

NE LMI Bulletin

Click here for the North EAST LMI Summary by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills


This “Careerometer” is an easy way to find out more about different careers and professions – compare and contrast careers based on salary, hours, job roles & responsibilities, and growth.

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To help your students find an apprenticeship you can use Unifrog - they have the most up to date vacancies at all apprenticeship levels.

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