Careers Education

Careers Education

Read our latest Careers newsletter

Careers Newsletter Issue 3 – June 2021 (PDF)

Award-winning careers education programme

We ensure that our students can:

  • develop the skills they need to be able to explore and research different careers paths
  • have opportunities to undertake work experience in Year 10
  • have appropriate Information, Advice and Guidance at appropriate times, including to choose their GCSE options and to choose their pathway after completing Year 11

Education & Training Providers may wish to look at our Provider Access Policy

Who to speak to

Our Careers Advisor is supported by a Vice Principal, who acts as our Careers Leader. See our contact details page to get in touch.

Strengths of our careers education programme:

  • a high level of support from key staff, including your Learning and Pastoral Support Officer, the Special Education Needs team and our dedicated Information, Advice and Guidance Officer
  • our annual Careers Fair in which students can meet and speak to representatives from Further Education Colleges, Apprenticeship providers and employers
  • our links with many local employers for work experience and other opportunities. We are fortunate that our sponsor The Co-op offers a large number of high quality work placements each year at their head office
  • one-to-one interviews for Year 11 students to ensure they are fully informed when considering their options after leaving the academy

After leaving the academy

We track students after leaving us to ensure they are succeeding in further education or in employment-based-training. The vast majority of our students proceed to various Further Education colleges in the Manchester area, and many students move on to A Level study. We are also proud of those students who continue into work-based training, such as apprenticeships.

We enjoy hearing how former students are succeeding in their adult lives and hope that they will keep in touch with us and support us in inspiring the next generation of students.