New research has highlighted significant concern amongst both businesses and teachers about how prepared young people are for the world of work – particularly following the COVID-19 pandemic. The polling is released by education charity Teach First as it launches a new report, Rethinking Careers Education: Investing in Our Country’s Future.
Leaders at Childwall Sports and Science Academy recognise the importance of careers guidance and of students being involved in enriching activities outside of school hours. In March, the school held its first Opportunities Fair. Mrs Koemer, careers manager, explained: “We work with many inspiring professionals who share their career stories,
Maricourt Catholic High School had a fantastic term celebrating and engaging in the careers curriculum with a variety of events such as; national careers week all students in all year groups 7 to 13. A fantastic trip was organized for Year 10 students who went to Hugh Baird College for the
Students of all ages from The Academy of St Nicholas, which is part of All Saints Multi Academy Trust, recently got to meet industry experts as part of an ‘Industry EXPO day’. Over 70 employers from different sectors visited the academy, from NHS workers to hairdressers, from construction workers to HMRC.
If you appreciate the buildings that surround you, becoming an architect might be a career that interests you. Being an architect blends together art and science in order to design buildings that have purpose, whilst also being aesthetically pleasing. Whether it is creating designs for a new construction project, extensions, alterations