Our vision is to raise students’ aspirations to future possibilities and inspire their interest in the range of exciting opportunities and experiences available to them. We strive to provide our students with the confidence, skills, and knowledge to transition successfully into society and the world of work. Our intention is always to close the gap amongst our disadvantaged students and their peers. Through our careers curriculum, we want to provide students with equal access to a stable careers programme which enables students to make informed decisions and reach their full potential.
The quality of our careers provision and guidance ensures excellent destinations at the end of Key Stage 5.
Summer 2022 highlights
- 3 students went to Oxbridge
- 80% of students secured university places across the country, with 43 students going to Russell Group universities
- 80% of disadvantaged students went to university; 26% of this group of students are now studying in Russell Group universities
- 85% of Additionally Supported SEN students went to university
- 17 students are now pursuing alternative study on professional pathways, 11 students are completing GAP years and will retake or defer university admission, 3 students are now on apprenticeship routes and 1 student is in full time employment
Summer 2021 highlights
- 84% of students progressed to university, with 36% of students pursuing study at Russell Group universities
- 76% of disadvantaged students are now studying at university, with 34% of this cohort at Russell Group universities