Our aim is to help our students plan their pathway through education, in order to make well informed and realistic decisions about their future. There is a comprehensive careers programme at Rossett School to help guide students when managing their future career.
It is never to early to think about their future. Career related considerations:-
- Which subjects should I study for GCSE?
- Which careers will suit me?
- What qualifications do I need to become a ….?
- What are my options after GCSE’s?
At Rossett all students will follow a planned Careers Education Information and Guidance programme, which will help them to make these important decisions. Students can access the careers area of the Resource Centre during break and at lunchtimes. Appointments to see our independent Careers Adviser each week can be made through Mrs Wignall (General Office).
What help is available?
- We offer individual advice to all students
- The guidance given will be unbiased and impartial
- We will help students make the decisions, we do not make them on their behalf
- Information will be up to date and covers all the options available to students
- Make career choices in Years 8,9,11 and Sixth Form
How can I get help?
Speak to Mrs Wignall in the main office who will arrange an appointment with our independent Careers Adviser.
To access careers information, advice and guidance at other times you can visit https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk – the website that links you with careers, learning and work.
Job Profiles, Skills Health Check, CV Builder, Funding and course information, Job search techniques, Case Studies, Career Planning Tools, Job Market Information, Learning Record facility.
Young People specific section which provides Career Guides, Frequently Asked Questions, Real Life Case Studies, Forums to access, Links to Twitter feeds and other websites such as plotr.
Phone advice line 0800100900 which is open 8am to 10pm. Plus the facility to gain advice via Email, Forums or Webchat.