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Career Guidance in East Bergholt High School

The careers advisor is in school every Monday and they work with students to offer one to one careers guidance interviews, group work and presentations. The aim of is to help students explore the range of opportunities available to them and assist students in identifying the best route for them to take. The advisor works with year 8 and 9 students preparing to make their GCSE options through to year 10 and 11 preparing for their next steps after leaving school.

The advisor works with students to look at College routes, Sixth Form and Apprenticeship routes as well as future career planning and exploring University. Throughout this work we are referring back to the world of work, the current employment trends and encouraging careers research.

Please click here to visit How 2 Become which provides detailed sourcing and recruitment processes to support students to secure their dream job i.e. pilot, train driver, police officer, paramedic, or fire fighter etc.

Links to careers and work related learning resources to support the face to face impartial careers guidance available to all students are below : 




The Source- this website contains information and advice for young people in Suffolk, includingoptions advice for Year 9 students.


National Careers Service

New Kudos
New users will require the School Licence code

Launchpad-New users will require the School Licence code
Why Study...Maths, English, Science, History etc?-
Information on the benefits of studying core subjects
Employability Skills- Information on the key skills that employers look for when recruiting

Vocational Qualifications-
Information on some Vocational Qualifications available to Post-16 students

What are Facilitating Subjects?- Information on some of the subjects preferred by leading Universities for further education
 Post 16 Information evening booklet
 Post 16 information evening presentation
Work Experience form for Y10 students