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Careers Statement

Successful careers guidance is essential to raising the aspirations of our young people, and by this, that of the community also. Developing skills and an understanding of how to apply them is a key element of faculty programmes at Key Stage 3, allowing students to better comprehend career paths that would be suited to them. As young people are nurtured through the school employment pathways and further education, destinations become the focal point of mentoring and independent guidance programmes. Developing independent, resilient young people who are able to be successful in the work environment is central to the school’s role within the community.

Careers Policy

Our Careers Policy includes:
  • A summary of the careers programme
  • Details as to how stakeholders can access information regarding the careers programme.
  • How the school measures and assess the impact of the careers programme on pupils.
The school’s safeguarding policy sets out the school’s approach to allowing providers into school as visitors to talk to our students.
The Safeguarding and Careers Policies can be found on our HDHS Policies via the button below.

Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance intranet

You can access our HDHS Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Hub by clicking on the careers logo, which gives comprehensive and up-to-date advice on the following and much more:
  • Labour Market Information (LMI) and Careers Posters
  • Provider Access Requests
  • Virtual Careers Convention 2020
  • Post 16 Options
  • Employability Skills and CVs
  • UCAS/University Options
  • Gatsby Bench Marks