Thank you KB for your post. Yes, I appreciate teachers are there to teach and not find courses / jobs etc. for students post 18.
I doubt there is too much funding required to have a five minute chat and hand over a leaflet to a small handful of students. UCAS applicants get lots of group (and individual) meetings, support and guidance.
Thankfully DD does have plans for the next three years, but not through UCAS.
I just found it rather odd more than anything else that the school hadn't thought to even ask DD what she might be thinking of doing post Y13; or perhaps to hand out a leaflet or two for those not applying / going to university offering onward advice
about how and where to seek guidance and support in further education / employment.
There has been absolutely nothing at all. Not a word said to her. And that I find a bit strange.
Perhaps they are glad to see the back of her!