Careers Support Summary
Students are introduced to higher education routes by visiting Sheffield universities.
Students are introduced to the career website START to create their online career profile.
The options process for Key Stage four form a large part of the Y9 curriculum, HEPP deliver group sessions to Y9 students. The career profile on START is developed further.
Detailed information given around the different post 16 routes, 6th form, college and apprenticeships, students attend sessions ran by HEPP.
6th Form, College and apprenticeships options are explored through Personal Development sessions along with their application to Sheffield Progress. All students receive an impartial careers interview with a qualified careers advisor from Sheffield Futures.
Throughout our Personal Development curriculum students address key skills that are important in our students futures such as Finance.
Miss Fort is available to support students in school as required.
Miss Nawaz is in school on Thursdays to provide impartial career advice.
Newfield School Careers: email@example.com
Sheffield Futures: Confidential 1:1 appointment (telephone 01142012800) at Star House, 43 Division Street, Sheffield, S1 4GE.
Careers Helpline: A National 24-hour confidential helpline is now in operation. The local information line is 0800 652 9900.
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