This information is aimed at Students, Parents, Employers and School Staff; it supports our Careers Guidance & Education Program which is embedded in our curriculum. Please get in touch with our Careers Staff if you require any further information.
|Miss L McMenamin||Mrs L Baker|
|Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance (CEIAG) Coordinator||Admin Support for 6th Form & CEIAG|
|Mr Alex Sheppard||
|Head of 6th Form||
For Key Stage 3 Careers Information - Click here
For Key Stage 4 Careers Information - Click here
The School's Careers Education programme for Key Stage 3 & 4 is delivered through our REACH lessons [the Hope & Aspiration strands].
The Careers - Provider Access Policy Statement can be found here
Kudos is a Careers management software program used here in school. It is a great place to start if you want to explore careers, develop your awareness of the labour market and pick up tips for creating your CV and preparing for interviews. Ask your Tutor or Miss McMenamin for the Licence Code to register.
Click on the logo to access the Kudos website
What Next at 14, 16 & 18 is an impartial resource for parents & carers, to help support students in making informed choices.
This is an up-to-date & impartial website, offering parents an insight into choices that their son/daughter will be facing at Key Stages 4 &5, with support in helping them make the right decisions. There are links to virtual work experience opportunities, and other useful information about revision and home study.
"Get Career Confident" - Free Support at Holy Trinity School
We are working with Get Career Confident [GCC] to enhance our Careers Education programme; GCC provides our learners with access to a range of resources to support them to make decisions about their next steps and futures through a dedicated website and social media. Get Career Confident is running in Sussex and the guidance provided is bespoke to the region, making it really useful for our pupils. The programme also ensures that all learners receive a 1:1 personal guidance session in their final years - Year 11 [speak with Miss McMenamin] and Year 13 [speak with Mr Green].
Get Career Confident is also set up to support teachers, parents and carers and there are regular updates and information available via Twitter and Facebook and a monthly newsletter.
Parents & carers should follow Facebook - @Get-Career-Confident
Parents/carers sign up here
Students should follow Instagram @GetCConfident
Students Sign up here
Teachers should follow Twitter @ GCConfident,
Teachers sign up here
Amazing Apprenticeships is an excellent website offering up to date information about alternative career pathways.
Click on the logos below for more useful information.