"Success for All"

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Careers Vision: That every learner has the most appropriate advice and opportunities to make the correct informed choices for their futures.


Message from Mrs Bown


Its really important to set ourselves goals and plan for the future. At times like this it can be hard to motivate ourselves and work towards the next step in our careers and learning journey. Below are some practical ways to keep you motivated and on top of your game when it comes to preparing for the future. Take a look and see what you can do to learn more about a career you maybe interested in or find out more about yourself and what careers would suit you. There are also online courses/activities to enhance your employability skills and make you stand out from the crowd.


Year 9 and above you should have signed up to the following website in your life skills lessons. Younger students please sign up using our school email address and start exploring. There are some great quizzes you can do to see which career would suit you and a search tool so you can find out more (such as working hours, pay etc) about almost any job in the country try the jobs quiz at the bottom left of this screen


New government campaign to set aside one our a week to learn new skills. Check out these free online courses or see if you can find some more of your own


Virtual opportunities to enhance your career understanding. This includes:


Health and Social care





Public services

Hair and beauty


Biodiversity & conservation

General employability


Or check out one of my favourite websites to look at with your parents to help you understand your next steps.




Key Personnel:
Hannah Bown - Careers Lead (
Jo Hill - Director of Additional Needs - SENDCo Lead (
Selena Burroughs - Director of Post 16 (
Kate Smith - Dedicated Careers Governor (

Are you 13—19 and living in the South of England? Careerpilot has the information you need to help you plan your future study and work.

Want to know:

  • Your choices at 14, 16 and 18?

  • More about different job sectors and what they are looking for?

  • Information on routes to different qualifications including apprenticeships and university-level study?

  • Your skills and how to use them?


Get all the information you need to help you plan your future study and work at one place

Advice for your future

Higher education and you -
Plan your future -

Parents area:

Career Parents Evenings this term with Investin

My Learning My Future Careers & Enterprise

Useful Links - Medical

Virtual Open Day Plymouth Uni

Devon Training Hub Newsletter

Newsletter on a Career in the Ambulance Service

Future Medics!

Some additional dates for your consideration if you are thinking medicine is the way forward for you. Click on the link below to find out more . Any questions, please let me Ms Bown know.

Additional Online GP Live dates:

18th February 2021 - 10am-4pm
19th February 2021 - 10am-4pm
28th March 2021 - 10am-4pm
12th April 2021 - 10am-4pm
13th April 2021 - 10am-4pm


Useful Links - Army

Bursary Booklet 


Life Skills