Discovering & Exploring Different Careers
National Careers Service
Scroll down to the Job profiles which contain detailed information including work activities, working hours and conditions, skills, interests and qualities, income and entry requirements for nearly 800 jobs.
Success at School
Explore career zones and find out about different jobs and how to get there.
The Big Bang Fair
The Big Bang Fair contains information about the people in different crews who work together to undertake engineering and science jobs; from construction crew to space crew and many in-between. Click on a crew to find out more about some of the different job roles and useful links.
Labour Market Information by Region from the National Careers Service
Find out about employment rates, average income and job sectors set to grow in different regions.
Option Choices in Year 8
See the National Careers Service link at the top of the page.
The Buzz Quiz can be completed in minutes and gives an indication of personality and possible job sectors, based on answers given. Students can click on job sectors to find out more about the jobs within them.
iCould Career Videos
Click on your favourite subject(s) and watch career videos of people who use that subject in their job.
Work Experience & Voluntary Work
Students in Year 10 undertake a work experience placement but students in other years may also wish to expand their experiences of the world of work particularly in the Sixth Form. Please note that some opportunities on the Student Ladder website are aimed at undergraduates.
Volunteer Team London
Go Think Big
Success at School
Step into the NHS
Post 16 & Post 18 Choices
See all of the websites mentioned above and those below:
UCAS: What are my options after GCSE?
Success at School: What are A Levels? and more...
Russell Group tool for post-16 education choices
Get Ahead Sutton - Sutton Apprenticeship Hub
Get In Go Far - Apprenticeship Information
Six things you need to know before making your final A Level choices
UCAS - What are my options after A Level?
Which? University A Level Explorer: see where your A Level subjects might take you
UCAS - A search tool for degree courses
Career Finder - a search facility for alternatives to full time study
Pure Potential: University & career advice plus events & opportunities
All of the above information as well as:
Parental Guidance - Career Related Guidance
Amazing Apprenticeships Parent Pack