It’s that time of the year again. A-Level results are out - with GCSE results following. Cue images of students jumping in the air across the news outlets. But it’s what happens next that really matters.
This year saw a record number of A-Level students apply to go to university - but one of Britain’s most prominent education leaders says too many are choosing that path and it might not be the right one for them. So what are the options, where can you go for advice on your next move and could an apprenticeship be for you?
Georgie Frost gets all the answers from Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills Gillian Keegan.
And check out the Government's apprenticeship hub here.