For students

Students first careers teachers are their form tutors, Heads of Year and subject teachers but they are also welcome (and encouraged) to speak to our Careers Lead, who is based in the Sixth Form Centre, with any careers related query they have. They can make an appointment or come to the Careers Drop In that happens every Wednesday after school. They can also make an appointment to see one of our Careers Advisors from Hertfordshire Services for Young People, who are in school every Wednesday, to discuss careers options, subject choices, university and other applications or to gain impartial advice.

There is also a large selection of resources in the Library that is regularly updated and is available for all year groups to help them make informed decisions about subject choices, Higher Education, Careers and taking a Gap Year. 

Students are given extra help at key transition stages such as choosing GCSE, IB/A Level courses and applying to university in the UK or overseas, and we make students aware of employment trends and how to maximise their employability skills.  More information about university choices can be found in the Russell Group's Informed Choices.

The school uses Unifrog from Year 7 upwards with every student having a login and this is an excellent resource to aid with careers exploration. Students will also find information about careers related webinars, work experience opportunities, university open days, ect posted in the their year group teams.