We provide a programme of Careers Guidance from Years 7 through to 13.
Build My Skills – Careers Programme with the ESH group - Year 10
Business in the Community Speed dating and Practice interviews - Years 8, 10 and 11
Careers Fair - Year 10 to 13
Enrichment Programme - Year 12 and 13
Visiting speakers from different career sectors - Years 10 to 13
Visits to and from a range of universities - Years 7 to 13
Our programme is constantly evolving with activities added on a monthly basis.
St Cuthbert’s Catholic High school Careers strategy seeks to help students understand the range of opportunities available to them in today’s economy and acquire the skills and qualifications they need to succeed in the workplaces of the future.
Careers Guidance at St Cuthbert’s leads to destinations outcomes that place us amongst the top schools in the area both in terms of university entrance and apprenticeship take up.
Labour Market Information (LMI) has never been more important because as the labour market is in a constant state of change, there are implications for career choices and pathways for young people. It is essential that we keep up-to-date with what is happening in the labour market in order to deliver informed and realistic career education and guidance.
For the latest information please follow the link below
- Advice and Guidance for Y11
- Apprenticeship Vacancies
- Baker Clause - Provider Access Policy
- Careermag for Parents
- Careers calendar
- Careers Education Explained
- Careers Programme
- Careers progression framework
- Careers Strategy
- External engagement
- Gatsby Benchmarks
- Interactive Student Guide
- Labour Market Information
- Live Apprenticeship vacancies
- North East Ambition School Certificate
- Parents' Pack Apprenticeship Information February 2020
- Sixth Form Destinations Review
- Sixth Form Enrichment Programme
- Useful websites
- Who We Work With
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