Google-site-snip.jpgStudents and parents have access to the school’s Careers Hub, a one-stop-shop for information about the school’s careers programme, as well as the latest information on education pathway options, external sources of careers information and careers news, and links to the many external careers-related events, such as webinars, competitions, virtual work experience opportunities, etc that the school receives information about.

Students can request a careers appointment with our Careers Leader by emailing or by completing the Google Form on the Careers Hub.

There is a comprehensive programme of careers education activities throughout the students’ time in school, including talks, careers interviews, support with options and higher education choices and applications, and work experience. We are working towards meeting the Gatsby Benchmarks, a framework of eight guidelines that defines the best careers provision in secondary schools. Full details can be found in the Careers Programme, in the Key Downloads box.

Our series of TiffinTalks enables our students to hear first-hand from experienced professionals and recent graduates in a variety of sectors, and is designed to introduce students to industry sectors and jobs they may have little knowledge of, to deepen their understanding of careers they may be considering, and to help them identify possible pathways into their chosen career.
Our next TiffinTalk is '
Careers in healthcare science​' on Tuesday 24 January, 6.30pm (online only)


Work Experience

Every summer, students in Year 11 have the opportunity to participate in our work experience scheme after their GCSE examinations. Work experience is very valuable in giving young people a greater understanding of working life and guidance towards future career choices. Students often refer to the experience and skills they have developed through their work placements in their UCAS personal statements.


Our scheme operates by encouraging students to arrange their own work experience placements. This in itself gives students valuable experience by taking responsibility for the process. Placements may be arranged through family connections or by students applying directly to companies in which they are interested.

There are work experience platforms offering a variety of placements, including virtual, which have been especially valuable during the restrictions imposed as a result of the coronavirus. Information included within the Careers Hub.

Mrs Broadbent oversees work experience for Year 11 students and can be contacted on

Work experience week is Monday 3 to Friday 14 July 2023.