Visiting Alumni talk to Year 9 during National careers Week.
If you're looking for information about different careers, the skills needed, the salaries, the job opportunitiees then you're in the right place. The Ansbury tab will take you to log into their site.
The career companion link takes you to a range of websites where you can search for information. If you're preparing personal statements then use these sites to give you an insight into the areas you are interested in. There are short video interviews and graphical information about the occupation together with other careers in that area of study which you may never have thought of.
Websites like icould and PLOTR are really easy to navigate
You can register for apprenticeships, check out local job vacancies, look for voluntary work all on this site. If you need help finding information ask your tutor, teacher or Careers Advisor for guidance.
We hope you find this site useful
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The school is working towards attaining the Investor in Careers Award, a quality standard for the management of careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG).
All Investor in Careers Award holders have to provide impartial, independent careers education, information, advice and guidance to all young people.
It is one of the highest accolades an organisation can receive for excellence in this area of work, with the goal of raising students’ awareness of opportunities, aspirations and working with them to help them achieve their full potential.
A Guide for Parents: Steering your teenager toward a job and career. (PDF Download)