Careers and Higher Education
In Year 10 there is a specific Careers course delivered through PSHCE sessions however all students, regardless of year group, will have numerous opportunities to meet professionals and find out about careers and higher education through organised assemblies, presentations and events.
We deliver a planned and effective careers and higher education programme, designed to translate inspiration from the workplace and academia into motivation and achievement in the classroom. Whether a student’s ultimate aim is university, a gap year, an apprenticeship or other work-based education, we will always promote the best interests of each boy. Please click on the link for further information:
Our careers and higher education provision deliver impartial advice and provide access to independent guidance on the full range of post-16 education options and training opportunities available. We encourage our students to consider all options, advise them how to research the most appropriate pathways and gain suitable experience. Then we help them to put their plans into action.
All students will have access to our dedicated Careers Office and Resource Room which provides both IT provision and reference materials, we also work with outside agencies to provide specialist guidance when required.
|Careers and Higher Education Guidance||Miss Munday (Assistant Head), Mrs Thakrar (Careers Lead), Form Tutors, Mrs Morley-Smith (Careers Administrator)|
UCAS Apply and Training
|Miss Munday, Mr Noyes (email@example.com)|
|Medics, Dentists and Vets (MDVs)||Mr Wood|
|Admissions tests||Mrs Hogarth|
|Applying abroad||Mr Noyes|
|Enterprise Advisors||Alistair Antoine, Senior Manager, Talent, Skills and Learning Innovation – Cisco Zitah McMillan, CEO, Predictive Black Ltd|
Parent and OW Assistance
The Careers and Higher Education department at the RGS is always pleased to establish links with parents and OWs. Please contact us (via Fiona Morley-Smith, Careers Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org) if you can help with activities related to careers education, including: work experience, careers talks, Careers and Higher Education Fair, and Young Enterprise Departments.
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