In the Sixth Form we aim to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your future as well as working on developing your skills to help you shine during both recruitment and the early years of work.
There is a compulsory careers evening event, the contents of which follow a rolling 2-year programme covering
- workplace skills
- a compulsory careers evening with a range of workshops covering key workplace skills including networking, CV writing, interview skills
- a range of careers
- guest speakers are invited to give workshops on aspects of their career so students can find detailed information
In addition we offer access to one-to one counselling from an independent careers adviser, who will help to guide the less certain students through the decisions they will be making.
To support this further, we run assemblies on graduate apprenticeships and to help keep you safe during your work experience.
We are delighted to be building partnerships with key employers and women’s networking groups including LeanIn and Women of the Future through which students can develop their network of contacts and get help in accessing work experience or spring week schemes run by some of the most prestigious graduate employers.
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