Careers Education is an important part of the school curriculum. It features a co-ordinated programme, which involves the whole school community: students, parents, staff and local business people. Learning co-ordinators, tutors, subject teachers and the Careers Co-ordinator work in partnership with the Careers Service to provide a well-developed approach to Careers, which is matched to the individual needs of the student.
The main aim of Careers Education at Malet Lambert School is to ensure that all students are effective planners and managers of their own careers in a rapidly changing world of learning and work.
Students in Years 7-11 receive specific careers lessons; in Year 10 students take part in a flourishing work experience scheme. Students in Year 9 and Year 11 also have the opportunity to discuss careers options with local employers, training providers and colleges at the extremely successful careers event each year. Students are also provided with the latest software packages used for Careers Education and Guidance. Representatives from higher education, industry and the professions regularly visit the school to support the curriculum and to provide experience of, and information about the world of work. In addition, specialist careers advice is available from an adviser from Connexions.
You can contact Mr S Logan, the Careers, Information & Guidance co-ordinator here.
Careers montages designed by Miss M. Power & Miss J. Wilkinson, Year 11.
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