Careers

careers2Summer Term 1 2022

Upcoming Careers Events this term: 

  • Year 11 School Consent to Share forms to be completed - Deadline Friday 6th May 
  • Year 10 are preparing for their Experience of a Workplace for the Summer term (2 days over 21st - 23rd June). Thank you tutors for your support with this!
  • Year 10 College Taster Days arrangements - all students in Y10 have now selected a venue for their taster day and will now need to complete the various documents associated with this. Taster Days are between 27th June and 12th July.
  • Year 9 will be continuing to update their progress on Career Pilot during their MSS ICT rotation lessons.
  • Year 9 Careers Lunches continue with an International Barrister speaking to our youngsters - Date TBC
  • Mr Henser will be continuing to work through Year 10 with their 1-to-1 appointments. If you feel a student needs an appointment asap, let me know and we’ll bump them up the queue 

UPDATE - WINK and Assembly links 21/09/21:

UPDATE - Careerpilot Post 16 Parent Webinar:

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Curriculum Career Opportunity Spotlight: Photography 

Some of our best linguists enjoyed a virtual taster session in A Level languages at Peter Symonds College on Monday 28th March. Students were in groups with other students from across the county and did a range of activities to work on their listening and reading skills. It was great to link up with language learners across Hampshire and learn something new.

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Become a Wildern Alumni:

You may have seen the alumni poster around the school and on the electronic screens. We are always looking to add to our alumni so if you have anyone at home or know of any ex-Wildern students then please forward them to this form so that they can register their interest!

https://forms.gle/v7Y5EBCXuhwc3JSB8

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Further Support: 

A careers library is available in the Learning Resource Centre.  Students can go there at any time to access the information that will help them as they move on from Wildern.

Wildern school works closely with the Careers and Enterprise company to ensure it regularly assesses and evaluates its provision with the Gatsby benchmarks for good career guidance.   This is reviewed at least annually, ensuring the programme is up to date and relevant.  The school-wide careers policy is reviewed at least annually, ensuring the programme is up to date and relevant.  The school-wide careers policy is reviewed regularly too, with the next review due: October 2021.  

Curriculum Guidance documents

Access the Careers Policy here

General Careers Websites:

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Specific Careers:

Apprenticeships:

University:

  • www.ucas.com - University may seem years away, but it is a good idea to look at the UCAS website, especially if there’s a particular subject you would like to study or a specific university you would like to attend. The website shows entry requirements, subject grades and course details
  • www.discoveruni.gov.uk - Official data from university satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey. Includes jobs and salaries after study and other key information for prospective students. 
  • www.university.which.co.uk – Helps with what to study, where to go and how to get there...
  • https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/career-planning-and-your-degree - to help anyone unsure whether university is right for them to identify how to make the most of a degree to better their employability after graduation

Volunteering:

 For volunteering and work experience opportunities:

  • www.do-it.org.uk and www.vinspired.com -Volunteering and work experience opportunities.
  • Also try contacting local charities and businesses for work experience opportunities.
  • To support this, it’s a good idea to get a CV and covering letter up together to send out to them.

LRC Careers Section:

The Learning Resource Centre has a large selection of Careers related material for you to access including:

  • College prospectuses – find out about all the local colleges, the courses they offer and the facilities at the college.
  • University prospectuses – find out about Universities across the country and the courses they offer. This can help you decide which courses you should be choosing at college.
  • Industry sectors – If you know roughly what area you want to work in and want to find out more you can take out books on areas such as Engineering, Medicine, Law, Hair & Beauty or Travel Tourism.
  • Apprenticeships and job seeking – Information is available on Apprenticeship opportunities, CV writing and interview techniques to help you prepare for the world of work.

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The Careers Team are located in the Careers Office in the LRC and Mr Hensers Interview Room in Block 3

Mr Fenner - Senior Leader of Learning for Careers | Mrs O'Leary - Careers Coordinator | Mr Henser - Independent Careers Advisor

Careers Ladder at Wildern
For Employers & Colleges: Provider Access
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Careers Newsletter Autumn 2021
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The Impact of the Careers Programme
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Summary of the Careers Programme
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