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Supporting the Curriculum

Careers Education and Work-Related Learning The Careers Education programme involves input from form tutors, Careers Personal Advisers and visiting speakers. Students are encouraged to think carefully about their aptitudes and abilities in considering possible careers. We provide independent careers advice and arrange guidance interviews for all students: they are helped to prepare an individual career action plan.

For those joining the Sixth Form, there is a full programme of information and guidance regarding higher education, including university visits and advice on interviews. There is also guidance about employment and training opportunities post-18.

Students have an up-to-date careers area within the Library Resource Centre, supported by computer programmes, many of which are available on-line.

The Personal Development Programme King Edward VI School’s pastoral programme includes Careers Education, Work Related Learning, Citizenship, Health Education, Information and Communication Technology, Social Skills and Study Skills. Most of the pastoral programme is taught by form tutors. Some aspects are delivered by specialist teachers and visiting speakers either during the normal school day or during Curriculum Enhancement Days.


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