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Careers

Careers Education Information and Guidance (CEIAG)

We are highly committed to providing our students with information, advice and guidance relating to their future decisions and careers. In order to do this we are following the 8 Gatsby benchmarks, the details of which are available in the document below. The document details the ways in which we intend to meet these benchmarks in order to provide the best careers provision for our students at Neston High School. Other information and documents available on this website include:

•Links to “whistle-stop jobs”
•Planning documents for Whole-School and Curriculum CEIAG provision
•Local labour market information (Working Futures)
•Information on apprenticeships
•Our destination data summary report
•Details of unbiased careers advice given at Neston High by Mploy
•The school policy for provider access
•Feedback survey reports from events (students/parents/employers)

Careers education at Neston is led by Dr Hyder-Wright who can be emailed on hyderz@nestonhigh.com, or contacted on 0151 336 3902. If you are an employer or parent and would like to see our current careers provision in more detail, you may access the provider access policy and careers policy on the tab on the right or below. 

Useful websites

 

 

 

Start profile is an excellent platform used by all KS3 students in order to fine tune their career choice based on their likes and interests. The website also provides information on the current labour market and job demographics: Click HERE to view

Unifrog is used by KS4 and KS5 students to log every encounter with an employer, workshop, trip and work experience. They analyse these experiences and this allows them to build a picture of their career progression and skill set. They are able to then collate this information to build a CV within the platform: Click HERE to view. 


For a library of videos on a wide range of careers from accountancy to animal care, visit icloud. Click HERE to view.


For current apprenticeship vacancies and information, visit the UK government website. Click HERE to view. 


For information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work please click HERE.


For information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work please click HERE.

UCAS supports young people making post-16 choices, as well as those applying for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It also allows students to take various careers quizzes to allow them to fine-tune their options.

Click  here here to visit UCAS.


Links to local colleges and Universities;

Wirral Met
• Cheshire College
• Reaseheath College
• LIPA
• Birkenhead academy
• The City of Liverpool College
• University of Liverpool
• University of Chester
• Edge Hill University
John Moores University
• Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
• University of Manchester
• Liverpool Hope University