Careers Programme

The Careers Programme is designed to meet the needs of all students. It is differentiated and personalised to ensure progression through activities that are appropriate to students' stages of career learning, planning and development. All students provide evaluations and feedback for any Careers activity they participate in. This is essential to ensure we can review and amend sessions accordingly and also enables us to measure the impact these sessions have. Our students Careers journey is summarised below: Year 7 through to Year 13.

Core Careers Activity Summary of Programme


Year Group Letter Topic Platform  Programme Summary
Year 7 C 

Can I be …?

START  There is a career for everyone – what can I be workshop - the Dream, job families, speaker(s).
Year 8 A


START Aspire to any career. STEM and ARTS Careers Panel - 2 dates – speakers. Apprenticeships.
Year 9 R


START Research jobs. What are employability skills? Speed Networking (210 students - 30+ employers).
Year 10 E


Unifrog Explore pathways and how to get there. STEM Activity (120) and Jack Petchey Speak Out (90).Explore Sixth Form, interview, subjects, options, qualifications and careers.

Year 11


Unifrog Expand knowledge of your skills, your future options, careers available. My Future Conference,1 to 1 interview, CV, Work experience
Year 12 R


Unifrog  Research your future options and opportunities. Networking with Employers, UCAS Fair and University Taster Days, HE options, Oxbridge, Medical, Aspirations programme. Work Shadowing.
Year 13 S

Start your journey

Unifrog Start the journey - from applying all you have learnt to choose your next steps after school. UCAS, Apprenticeships & School Leaver Programmes, Gap Year, Portfolio Planning, 1-to-1 Careers Interviews, Presentations.

Year 7 - Careers Programme Transitional Document

Year 8 - Careers Programme Transitional Document

Year 9 - Careers Programme Transitional Document

Year 10 - Careers Programme Transitional Document

Year 11 - Careers Programme Transitional Document

Year 12 - Careers Programme Transitional Document

Year 13 - Careers Programme Transitional Document


Employer engagement - Work Experience and Work Shadowing

We value our students experiencing the world of work and recognise the importance of young people engaging with employers. This includes work experience in Year 11, work shadowing in Year 12. For all year groups there are career talks - Lunch and Learn every 6 weeks, mock interviews, industry visits, assemblies and tutor group activities. If you could support student learning or help with work placements please contact the Careers Lead -

Labour Market Information

Labour market information (LMI) is information about what is happening in a labour market. It focuses on; who is buying labour - which industries are growing and declining (labour demand);  what kind of labour they are buying - types and levels of jobs (labour demand);  what sort of labour is available - numbers, skill and qualification levels (labour supply) (

This page is your go to place for the latest Labour Market Information for all areas of London. The LMI is divided into sectors.

LMI for All is an online data portal, developed by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills and currently funded by the Department for Education, which brings together existing national sources of high quality labour market information (LMI) that can inform people’s choices about their careers. After successfully completing its pilot stage, LMI for All has been given full project status.

The Education Development Trust works collaboratively with national and local governments, schools and other partners from around the world to design and deliver sustainable solutions to improve education and transform lives.. They review the international evidence on labour market information and provide insights. Please see below their monthly bulletin outlining the latest labour market from the Office of National Statistics and information across multiple industry sectors.

Careers Evaluation

All careers events and activities have student evaluations completed and impact measured and reviewed regularly.

Review Date of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG).

December 2020

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For any further inquires please contact

Careers Lead

Ms Lorraine Petheram

0203 908 3171

Careers Advisor (KS3 & KS4)

Ms Shirley Ward 

0203 908 3172 

Sixth Form Careers Advisor 

Ms Anita Ryan

0203 908 3171 






Autumn A Careers Evaluation Report 2019
CEIAG Policy DEC 2019_
SEND Careers Programme for 2019 2020_
UHS Provider Access Policy 2020_
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