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Aylesford School and Sixth Form College

Aylesford School and Sixth Form College

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

CEIAG is an integral part of the preparation of students for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.  It aims to help students develop skills, attitudes and abilities which will enable them to be effective in a variety of occupations and roles.  It will also help students make informed decisions during the key transition points both during school and Post-16. Expectations are set high so that every student acquires the attributes that employers value, thus realising their potentials, increasing competitiveness and supporting social mobility.

Careers Lead - Miss R Harrison - harrison.r@aylesfordschool.org.uk

Careers Advisor - Mrs Ali Tapper-Gray - tapper-gray.a@aylesfordschool.org.uk

Senior Leader Link - Miss K McDonagh - mcdonagh.k@aylesfordschool.org.uk

Finding an individual path through and beyond school is important. Here you will find the Careers Plan that focuses on information about options after school.

 


Careers Activities over February Half Term

Please see the below document 'Interactive Futures Families Release', for all of the events on offer from Warwickshire Skills Hub for half term week.
 

The Leamington Spa video games hub will next week give parents, children, students and more the opportunity to discover how to forge a career in one of the fastest-growing industries in the UK. And there’s even the opportunity to learn how to create a video game! 

 

Interactive Futures [https://interactive-futures.com] is a FREE virtual event that takes place during Half Term week, from Tuesday February 16 to Saturday February 20. While the Tuesday will focus on topics related to those already working in the industry, the rest of the week is dedicated to careers, learning – and fun. 

 

Sessions have been created to appeal to different age groups.

 


National Apprenticeship Week - 8th -12th February 2021

Please see the below documents for more information and contact the school's Careers Advisor Ali Tapper Gray for further details.

National apprenticeship week is fast approaching and the DWP Mercia Media Team have joined forces with Black country and Birmingham and Solihull media team running an apprenticeship hour on Twitter between 2pm & 3pm every day of apprenticeship week, please see flyer below (NAW2021).