Careers Information Advice and Guidance

         Miss McLenaghan                                                     Stacey Lowe 

            Careers Leader                                                   Careers Advisor

                                            

 

We have a dedicated careers team who offer a range of information, advice and guidance to all students.

Our Careers Advisor, Stacey Lowe, is situated in the LRC every Friday and appointments can be booked by either speaking to Form Tutors or by contacting Miss McLenaghan or via the school main phone number.

 

The team works closely with a variety of external organisations to ensure we provide the best possible service to all our students.

The Government's careers strategy aims to make sure that all young people in secondary education get a programme of advice and guidance that is stable, structured and delivered by individuals with the right skills and experience.

 

At St Gregory’s Catholic High School we use the Gatsby Benchmarks to measure the quality of our provision.

 

 

 

 

 

1. Go to Careers Menu

2. Click on the Student link

3. Click on "Register"

4. Enter your details

 

Please remember to make a note of your username and password - we do not store student emails

 

 

 

 

BBC Bitesize Careers

 

Whether you’re deciding what to study, taking your exams, planning a career, or just curious, take a look at this website which gives advice from people who've found the right path for them.

Higher Education

Complete University Guide League Tables

First port of call for university courses in the UK, how to apply and student finance.

The Student World

Which University 

 

Prospects A graduate website – useful for finding out what careers particular degree courses can lead to.

Russell Group 

Informed Choices was produced in collaboration with the Institute of Career Guidance and is aimed at all students considering A-level and equivalent options. It includes advice on the best subject combinations for a wide range of university courses as well as advice on the best choices if you don’t know what you want to study after school and need to keep your options open.