Careers Information, Advice and Guidance including Work Experience

Careers Education is taught within the Personal, Social and Health Education curriculum from Year 7.  From Year 9, these sessions involve the school’s Careers Advisor (Sally Tabor, from Prospects) and students begin to identify possible progression routes through Key Stage 4 and beyond.  Close links exist between school and local colleges to support students in their transition to further education.

All year 11 students have the opportunity to follow two weeks of Work Experience spread over the Spring and Summer Terms.

Curriculum – Careers Education Policy