A reminder that you have access to a wide range of careers, enterprise and work-related information. This can be found via the Student Grid, learning apps on the website, or when you access your electronic files and click on the Careers folder.
Dedicated careers programmes include KUDOS, START and UNIFROG, plus the superb Careers Guidance Charts and Big Names publication, which show how subjects can link to a variety of different jobs and careers.
You can also check out the careers notice boards (opposite the College notice boards) and the Careers Library, which is located within the main library.
Mrs Taylor is available at tutor time, break, lunchtime and after school to help with any additional careers information and advice you may require.
Remember that you can request a one-to-one guidance interview with our specialist careers adviser, Kay Boothby, who works in school on a combination of days throughout the academic year. The school is charged for these interviews and they help supplement the guidance each student receives in school from their tutor, the pastoral team, additional needs staff and Sixth Form team.
If you would like a summary record of all the careers, enterprise and work-related activities you have taken part in during your time at school, please speak to Mrs Taylor who will be able to provide this for you.
When you leave school please consider signing up to our growning Alumni so we can keep you informed about school events. Sometimes we also contact our Alumni to see if they are willing to return to school to help support current students - usually at our Post 16 and Post 18 options Careers Fairs.
We are always very pleased to learn more about what our former students are doing now and the career pathways they have taken - you can view some of these on the Alumni page.
Good luck with your future career planning and we hope we can help you achieve your goals and provide you with the skills you need to enjoy and contribute to the world of work.