At Studley High School we endeavor to provide the very best impartial careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) for our pupils. We believe that this involves engaging the students in careers education from Y7, with a more intensive approach from Y8 upwards, when they need to make important decisions concerning options and progression routes.
We work hard to support these aims, whilst working towards the government recommended Gatsby Benchmarks to ensure that all students are suitably advised and prepared for life after School. This needs to be on the page with the link to Gatsby Benchmarks
Parents or guardians are welcome to attend the interviews held in school with your child concerning career choices.
Please contact Mrs R Dixon firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For further regular updates on Careers you can follow us on Studley High Careers
https://www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship – search from apprenticeships, track your application, and get email/text alerts.
www.do-it.org.uk (Volunteering opportunities)
www.wmjobs.co.uk (Public Sector Jobs)
www.yini.org.uk (Paid industrial placements before University)
www.notgoingtouni.co.uk (All different options – learning, employment, apprenticeships, gap years etc)
www.ucas.com (Course search, University applications etc)
www.ukcoursefinder.com (Quiz to suggest interesting degree course ideas)
www.opendays.com (Open days information for Universities or go to relevant University websites)
https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/ (Routes into Teaching)
www.autocity.org.uk (Auto/Motor Apprenticeships)
www.etrust.org.uk (Engineering ans Scientist)
www.lnat.ac.uk (Law Aptitude Test (LNAT) used in the law admissions process)
www.bmat.org.uk (Medicine and Veterinary Medicine Admissions Testing
www.ukcat.ac.uk (The UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is used in the selection process for Medical and Dental Schools)