Islington's Progress Team

Progress Team

GCSE and A Level Results 2022

Have you just got your GCSE or A-Level results?

You may have concerns and questions about your next steps in education, employment and training. Progress Advisers will be available on GCSE results day at the majority of Islington schools.

The Progress Team wants to provide support and can help you if you are uncertain about what to do next:

  • Progress Advisers will be available throughout August 2022 and will be available to provide one to one support. Appointments can be booked on 0207 527 7031. Duty days for drop-in and arranged appoints will be at 222 Upper Street N1 1RX.
  • Duty days are:
  • Tuesday 9.30 – 5pm
  • Thursday 9.30 – 5pm.
  • Friday 9.30 – 5pm.

 

Book by calling 020 7527 7031 or emailing progress@islington.gov.uk

 


About the Progress Team

The Progress Team provides help with a range of issues affecting young people including:

  • career choices
  • college courses
  • job searches
  • leisure activities

The team can also connect you with agencies that can help with other issues like:

  • benefits
  • health
  • housing

The Progress Team is made up of experienced careers advisers, known as progress advisers, with qualifications in Advice and Guidance to a minimum of NVQ Level 4.

The service works with young people who are not currently in education, employment or training after they've finished school and young people who may need additional support to stay on track after leaving school/college. 

All of the information, advice and guidance that team members provide is completely independent and impartial. Confidentiality is important and no information about what is discussed will be shared with anyone else unless you agree, or if you are in danger.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Progress Team
Telephone
020 7527 7031 020 7527 7031
E-mail
progress@islington.gov.uk

Location

Address
2nd Floor, 222 Upper Street
London
Postcode
N1 1XR

Other Details

Cost Details
Free of charge
Who is this service for?
For young people between the ages of 13-19, and up to 25 for those with learning difficulties and/or disabilities
Can I refer myself?
Referral not required
Additional Languages
We use the Language Line telephone interpreting service.

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