Its never too early to think about what you may want to do after leaving school. School arranges for local post 16 providers to meet with students, arranges visits to local post 16 colleges and students have individual careers guidance. Look at the document below called Careers Policy and Provider Access for information about planned activities and events!
Speak to Ms Weaver or Ms Ellis for your login to 'START' -
Year 7-11 have their log ins to a great web site full of resources for careers called START— the students are able to produce and manage their own portfolio of research, experience and talks that have helped them with the career choices. This fantastic resource will also move with them to college so they can continue to benefit . For example, it includes tools such as job suitability profiling and an online record of achievement; as well as content including job profiles, apprenticeship vacancies and course information for all post-16 and 18 providers. It is particularly useful when looking at GCSE options in year 9.
We are part of the Careers and Enterprise Company, and our Careers lead is Ms Weaver and we work with our Business Enterprise Advisor is Director of 'Crumblicious', Claire Rogers.
Claire started Crumblicious in 2010. Claire qualified as a Chef in the RAF in 1998, her career path gave her vast experience in catering and management. She is also a qualified trainer specializing in catering, hospitality, customer service, food hygiene and allergens. Claire is very passionate about the catering industry and her business, the vision for her business is that the products and services Crumblicious provides always exceed customer expectation. Find out more about why Claire went into business here.
We will be hosting our careers information fayre on the 28 FEBRUARY 2020 - lots of local companies will be available to speak to years 9, 10 and 11.
Check out these websites for some information and guidance: