St Bede’s offers a comprehensive programme of careers and work related learning.
Pupils receive advice, guidance and information through a range of different activities including: personal interviews, the St Bede's Careers Fair, a mock interview day, taster visits and advice sessions relating to topics such as Higher Education and vocational training as well as careers related workshops.
For further information please contact:
Mrs K Bartlett-Cosway
Telephone 0117 377 2200
St. Bede’s Catholic College Work Experience July 2023
Work Experience has been scheduled into the academic timetable as an opportunity for your child to undertake a placement from Monday 10th July 2023 to Friday 14th July 2023
The main aims for work experience:
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Careers update is produced on a regular basis to keep pupils and parents informed of a range of career and education opportunities, including information about events, courses, workshops and educational experiences. For further information click here
Please click the link below for a Parents Guide to supporting your child after GCSEs and A Levels
Careers Advice - Getting ahead in the Summer Holidays
This is a computer careers tool that brings together the best careers websites together in one place, with specific areas for students and their parents to explore different aspects of careers advice and guidance including option choices at 14+,16+ and 18+.
Please visit www.careersmenu.com
For parents using this site for the first time they must register. When entering a username please type your surname.initial e.g. smith.t and please enter a password of your choice. The school exam number (needed for registration) is 50539. Once registered you will be able to enter the site using the school exam number, username and your chosen password.
This site contains lots of useful information regarding careers. Areas of particular interest on this site are likely to be the job profiles, which details information regarding specific jobs and careers including qualifications, progression routes and job descriptions. You may also contact an independent careers advisor on 0800100900.
This site is aimed at young people and helps them to build their career path by considering option choices and examinations, information on job sectors and tools to help put together personal profiles.
Although universities will have careers information on their websites, this site is particularly useful when considering further education and exploring particular career areas to see what the job prospects are like in that particular area.
For further information please contact Mrs K Bartlett-Cosway, Careers Development Officer on 0117 3772200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org