Getting the right advice and guidance is an important part of Key Stage 4 - whether it is selecting your GCSE options or finding the right pathway at the end of Year 11. We have a comprehensive programme in place to ensure every student can explore their options and find the route to their future educational or career opportunities.
Our school's Career Leader is Mr Dixon - email@example.com
Greenford High School works closely with Ealing Connexions and provides students with access to an impartial Level 6 Careers Coordinator, Clare Rodway. Clare meets every student in Year 11 to review options for Post-16 and explore everything from A Levels to local colleges and apprenticeships. Students are supported in applying for the next stage in their education or training and where relevant helped with arranging visits and interviews. Students are free to book follow-up appointments if their plans change and the goal is for every student to have a place in education or training for the following year by the end of Year 11.
There are a wide variety of websites and services that can provide guidance on future careers.
The LMI Careerometer provides access to a selection of headline data relating to pay, weekly hours of work and future employment prospects. The data are organised by occupation - simply type in the title of the job you are interested in and the widget provides a series of options from which you can select the most relevant to you:
Other external providers include:
iCould is a website featuring real-life stories from a huge range of careers. The iCould website features articles, career videos and quizzes on careers and apprenticeships.
eCLIPS is an easy-to-use online careers resource that provides regularly updated information on over 1,000 jobs and careers. The site also offers advice on topics relating to options at key stages, education and training, employability skills, job seeking and lifestyle choices.
To log-in to the site you'll need the Greenford password: GREEN2017
National Careers Service
The Government's National Careers Service site provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. It offers job profiles, a skills health check and a course finder.
The Government's Apprenticeships site provides information regarding finding an apprenticeship, becoming an apprentice and a guide to the different levels available.