Impartial and personalised careers advice to support pupils to make well informed and realistic decisions on all careers options. Ensuring they achieve their ambition and reach their full potential.

At Fallibroome we see Careers Education and Guidance (CEG) as an essential element within the curriculum.  All our students have an entitlement to an appropriate programme of provision, to help them develop and use the knowledge and skills they need to make successful choices, manage transitions in learning and move into a career of their choice. We also believe that modern careers guidance is as much about inspiration and aspiration as it is about advice.

At the core of our CEG offer is the opportunity for students to have face-to-face careers interviews with our in-house and completely independent Careers Advisor. This usually happens during Key Stage 4 within our dedicated careers office. However, through using a monitoring process and strong pastoral system we identify any students in need of earlier intervention and act accordingly.

Since the Governments introduction of ‘Raising the Age of Participation’, all students are now required to remain in education or training up to their 18th birthday. We therefore ensure that students are provided with information, advice and guidance on all post-16 options to help make well informed decisions about the future.

Our Careers Advisor is also available to meet with parents / guardians on an individual basis as needed.  The school has a specialist Careers Library located in room D5 with up to date publications and current local college prospectuses.

The CEG is linked closely with the schools Work Related Learning programme to help prepare the students for their future education and career choices.

We have close links with many local employers and believe that by working together we can inspire young people about the world of work, opening their eyes to a range of learning and career opportunities that are available to them.

School’s Career Advisor

Mrs Ross

Available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays (8.30 – 4.30pm during term-time)

Careers Information, Advice & Guidance

    The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance on learning, training and work opportunities. Covering many areas from CV writing, exploring career or training options through to identifying key personal strengths and skills. Visit the website or speak directly with an advisor via webchat or on 0800 100 900.
    The essential free careers guidance tool for schools.
    Free advice for parents covering all areas of careers.
    Help students make informed choices about career options.
    Lots of games, quizzes and ideas to help you think about which jobs would suit you best. Try the Buzz Test and find out which animal you are, or have a go at Fortune teller…make sure you click on the suggested careers and watch the 5 minute videos too.
    Discover jobs that match your personality, interests and skills. Look at what the world of work is really like. Then use this knowledge to find the right courses, work experience, apprenticeships, jobs – and more – near you.
    On-line careers films and video library. A quick and easy way to get lots of insights.
    This is the site for you if you love languages.
    If you like science and maths, try this! Lots of interactive ways to find out about jobs that might suit you.

Post 18 Options

College Open Days and Career Events


A Parents Guide

This is a Parent’s guide to:

  • Apprenticeships
  • Options: Post 16 & 18
  • Work Experience
  • GCSE Results Day
  • A level Results Day
  • Summer Work

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