Careers Education and Guidance for all year groups is built into the programme for Personal and Social Education. The following two Idsall School policies are available in pdf documents:
- Pupil Entitlement Statement for Careers Education and Guidance
- Policy Statement for Careers Education and Guidance
A Careers Convention is held at the school every two years and representatives from colleges and local employers are invited to attend to speak with our pupils.
The National Careers Service also provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice. This is supported by qualified careers advisers: https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk
There is lots of useful information to download at the bottom of this page. From planning for leaving in year 11, to links to colleges and apprenticeships as well as university. There are links to a range of career specific websites and online questionnaires to help students think about what jobs they might be suit them best. We hope you find them helpful.
Idsall School Careers Adviser
Melanie Lawrence (Post grad dip QCG) is the Careers Adviser for Idsall School and is available in school one day per week, (usually Thursdays). Appointments are available during lesson times and there is also a ‘drop-in’ facility at break time, lunch time and after school. The Careers room is at the 'crossroads'.
If you would like an appointment, please ask at reception or speak to Ms Pascoe and they will pass a message to Mel. Alternatively, please see Mel in the Careers room to arrange an appointment or email M.firstname.lastname@example.org. You can follow Melanie on twitter at @melcareers for up to date local and national careers information.