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Year 9 Careers Assembly

Jun 12, 2024

Year 9 Careers Assembly

In order to raise awareness of the range of Post 16 opportunities available to students, Year 9 enjoyed a presentation from The Learning Foundry this morning. The Learning Foundry (rated Ofsted 'Good') works across Merseyside and the North West to offer traineeship, apprenticeship and bespoke training programmes in a wide range of business areas for those students who do not wish to progress to Sixth Form. Typically, the majority of St Julie's students choose to remain with us after completing their GCSEs, but we recognise that for students who are unsure or who would prefer a more hands-on approach to learning, it is important to showcase a range of progression pathways to them.

High quality careers education and guidance in school or college is critical to young people’s futures. It helps to prepare them for the workplace by providing a clear understanding of the world of work including the routes to jobs and careers that they might find engaging and rewarding. It supports them to acquire the self-development and career management skills they need to achieve positive employment destinations. With large scale reforms to technical education and skills, it has never been more important to ensure that students are made aware of the full range of education and training options. We'd like to thank Tammy from The Learning Foundry for her presentation and to for the advice and guidance given.