We are passionate about giving our students the best possible advice and guidance for their futures. We provide this guidance through a variety of ways, including from our own highly trained and experienced staff along with making use of expertise from other organisations.
We believe that students should have the opportunity to see the world of work; both within their curriculum providing real examples of work based activity and relevance, as well as being able to speak to people from across a diverse range of different work settings.
Combined with the guidance provided within the curriculum, we help give intensive careers related guidance to students in Year 11. This includes; pratice interviews, visit to Universities and the Where Next conference and making use of our extensive connections to bring professionals into the Academy.
We make use of online learning tools for careers related guidance, and have provided links here to specific sites which we believe are informative and suitable for young people thinking about their futures.
Click on the images below to go to these websites
A careers advice website designed to inform parents and carers about post-16 and post-18 options, student finances, gap years and much more.
This is the main site offering information for people who are thinking about applying for an apprenticeship after leaving school. Students can register to search for jobs in their areas, and apply for vacancies through the website.
You can also download a document with links to other excellent websites around Apprenticeships from here.
The main website for University applications, including information about the courses offered by each university and their entry requirements.
A website with a fantastic range of information for non-UCAS applicants, including information about gap years, apprenticeships and great employment opportunities for school leavers
Some other websites we recommend are well worth a visit are listed below