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Careers education and guidance makes a major contribution to preparing young people for the opportunities, responsibilities, and experiences of life. At Christ the King Catholic High School and Sixth Form Centre there is a planned progressive programme of activities that supports young people when choosing 14 – 19 pathways and beyond, that suits their interests and abilities and enables them to plan their career and sustain employability throughout their working lives.

National Careers Service
The National Careers Service offers advice about careers and skills in England
Call 0800 100 900


Careers Newsletter

Careers Staff

Mrs M OliverAssistant Headteacher - Curriculum
Mrs H CunninghamDirector of Sixth Form - Y11-Y13 Careers Lead
Mrs C SmithImpartial and independent Careers Adviser
Careers Education

Careers education starts in Year 7 and continues through to Year 13. The planned programme is delivered through Guidance lessons and is enhanced with:

– regular focused careers talks given by invited professionals,

– careers carousels where pupils get to talk to many different people about their careers

– face to face interview with an impartial careers adviser

If pupils would like advice about careers they can email Andrea Cleary, our impartial and independent careers advisor and book an appointment. They should also become familiar with the National Careers Service website. The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice which is supported by qualified careers advisers. Pupils in Year 11 and students in Sixth Form can also make use of the careers tools provided by Unifrog.

The National Careers Service website offers impartial careers advice on a range of topics such as choosing the right course, improving employ-ability skills and career planning. Click on the links below to explore the website. To contact the National Careers Service follow this link Free and impartial advice can then be accessed by phone, email, online or by post.

If pupils are not sure what job would suit them, they can click on the skills health check to find out

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