Career Guidance

Careers guidance is informed by records of students’ strengths and progress and by input from students themselves, their parents and the tutor. Working collaboratively, tutors are responsible for general student guidance and there are careers sessions run for all students in Years 10 to 13.

Examples of careers learning include:
  1. self-evaluation of capabilities, strengths and ‘life-skills’
  2. self-evaluation of interests
  3. research into different employment types, leading to deeper understanding of life options and life choices
  4. introduction to entrepreneurship
  5. work experience (in Year 10, for all students)
  6. research into career pathways in areas of interest