Careers Education & Guidance
To support with careers education whilst the school is closed we have added resources to the school network to complete at home.
The resources can be found in the following location:
There is a folder for each year group which contains an activity booklet to help students understand careers and plan for the future. The booklets are in pdf format but can be edited to allow responses to be typed directly into the document.
We encourage students to work through each of the activities in the booklet using the suggested websites and resources to support them with this. There are answers at the end of the booklet to allow students to assess their responses.
Should any students require further help or guidance please email Mr Burdett, Assistant Headteacher firstname.lastname@example.org
For any Y11 students that are still unsure about the options available to them post-16 please email Carmel Haughey, School Careers Adviser email@example.com
Chesterfield College – Information on Post-16 courses
Sheffield College – Information on Post-16 courses
Apprenticeship Vacancies – National vacancies
Career World – Careers and apprenticeships
UCAS – Information on Higher Education courses
The Derbyshire Network – Apprenticeships information
Gov.uk – Job vacancies
Careers Box – Careers videos and advice
Future Morph – Careers in maths, science and technology
National Careers Service – Help and advice
Informed Choices – Guidance from Russell Group Universities
Online course: Writing a CVs, application forms, covering letters and personal statements.
Experts from The Careers Service at The University of Sheffield share their top tips to help you write exceptional applications, CVs (or résumés), covering letters and personal statements. You’ll also hear from employers and admissions tutors to find out what they really look for in a candidate. And once you’ve written that perfect application, prepare for the next stage with our course: How to Succeed at: Interviews.
The online course takes 3 weeks to complete with approximately 3 hours of study each week. The course is free of charge, to complete the course click and then select the join course button located at the top right of the webpage.
Careers resources from HEPP
A quick guide to the benefits of Higher Education, student finance, courses and study routes and student life.
A more detailed presentation on the benefits of higher Education.
Information on the changing labour market in our local area, the range of career opportunities available and the qualifications need to succeed in these sectors.
Due to current Government Advice regarding non-essential social contact the Community Craft Club will be suspended until further notice.
Due to current Government Advice regarding non-essential social contact the Community Choir will be suspended until further notice.