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Pool Hayes Academy, Castle Drive, Willenhall, West Midlands WV12 4QZ

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By the time you get to the end of Year 10 you will have:

  • Participated in Careers week and Futures Week activities
  • Had a talk on Apprenticeships with The National Careers Service
  • Had the opportunity to attend careers talks during the school year from visiting speakers on a variety of topics.
  • Had an individual careers guidance interview with the school’s Careers Co-ordinator or Careers Advisor as part of your entitlement to receive impartial information, advice and guidance.
  • Completed the careers questionnaire to identify your skills and interests related to the world of work and explore career ideas that might interest you.

By the time you get to the end of Year 11 you will have:

  • Completed the careers questionnaire to identify your skills and interests related to the world of work and explore career ideas that might interest you.
  • Had additional optional access to impartial information, advice and guidance from speakers at the Aim Higher and Apprenticeship events in order to help you make your decisions about Post-16 options.
  • Had the opportunity to attend careers talks during the school year from visiting speakers on a variety of topics.
  • Had the opportunity to produce a CV and cover letter that focuses on your skills and qualities.
  • Been made aware of all the Post-16 Choices available to you, through presentations in assembly; and attending taster sessions on your potential Sixth Form subject choices.
  • Made your application for Post-16 courses either with a sixth form, college or training provider.
  • Had an individual interview with the Head of Sixth Form to discuss your Sixth Form application and choices of Post-16 subjects and courses.
  • Had optional access to impartial information, advice and guidance from the school’s Careers Co-ordinator and Careers Adviser.