What Next After School?, now in its 6th edition and endorsed by The Times, offers advice which no school leaver should be without. The book gives fully up-to-date information on all the various options available to school leavers and raises important issues to be faced when considering each one. It contains a new section on life coaching, which takes the book beyond being a simple career guide and focuses on those issues facing all teenagers – from decision making and goal setting to dealing with peer pressure. If you want to begin your career, it provides advice on training schemes, writing a CV and job interviews. If you want to travel, it features an abundance of tips and resources; and if you think further/higher education is the path for you, What Next After School? gives you excellent advice as well as invaluable information on student finance. In addition it features real-life case studies so that school leavers can learn from other young people’s experiences of employment, traveling and education. What Next After School? also provides information on the government’s latest plans to change the National Curriculum and introduce a blend of new vocational and academic qualifications, which will allow students to tailor their qualifications to compliment their future careers. This particular section will be very useful for parents of younger children who will, in time, be affected by this legislation. Recognized as the post-school bible, What Next After School? takes a uniquely holistic approach, which will benefit school leavers in many areas of their lives.