Hayes School is committed to promoting high quality careers education and guidance as an integral part of every student’s education. Whether you are planning to progress to university or into employment, apprenticeships or training, we hope that the information and links below will provide you with useful resources, advice and guidance and suggestions on how you can prepare for and keep in touch with your learning.
A planned programme of activities will help students choose 14-19 pathways that are appropriate for them and to gain the basic knowledge and skills to begin to navigate their way successfully through career choices and changes and sustain employability throughout their lives. Working in conjunction with teachers, Careers Bromley, independent and impartial careers advisers, parents, representatives from local industry and other partners, the school aims to give all students in Years 7 to 13 access to careers information, work experience and impartial guidance.
Stay one step ahead with our regularly updated Noticeboard
|National Careers Service||Speak to a national careers adviser, via phone (0800 100 900) or webchat, 7 days a week.|
|Contact our Careers Leader, Mrs C Stewart, on
02084622767 for a careers appointment.
|Future Learn||Access MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) in a range of subjects|
|The Money Advice Service||Advice on budgeting, managing money and student finance|
|Apprenticeships||Information on apprenticeships|
During the period of suspended time table, we have created the below resource which is designed to support you in preparing for your next step, be this apprenticeship, university or the working world. Alongside this the booklet contains personal development resources which will support you in extending your thinking on a range of topic areas, supporting taking your next step in your personal and professional lives.
Click here to download the Enrichment booklet.
Below is a series of resources which are designed to support your progression into a range of professions, university courses and to develop life skills which you will need in your wider personal lives.
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