If you want to continue your education and like classroom learning, studying for an A level is the way to go.
You are not needed to attend the same sixth form college. Subjects that your school does not offer may be accessible at another sixth-form institution.
If you want to go to university and get a degree, the traditional route is to first complete GCSEs, then A levels, and finally university.
However, if you pursue an apprenticeship, you may be able to get a degree.
Some intermediate and advanced apprentices reach the top of the apprenticeship ladder and complete level 7 courses that lead to a master’s degree!
However, you are not able to study both A levels and an apprenticeship.