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Using the skills and information acquired over the past two years, students now begin to consider what direction their future learning and work may take.
Careers Education Assemblies take place throughout the year and in the classroom students will consider work-place skills, equal opportunities at work and the different types of jobs that are available locally, nationally and internationally.
Choosing GCSE Options
A programme of Careers Education Information and Guidance is in place for all students in Year 9 to support the options choices for Years 10 and 11 and to raise awareness and aspirations about the world of work.
Students will receive initial information and guidance on the options process during their tutor sessions, backed up with an hour lesson with the Head of Careers (Mrs Plece), looking at option choices, college courses and careers. During the options process, students will also be introduced to the Careers Library and the range of careers software available at the school to help inform options choices. Information and support is provided via assemblies and drop-in sessions during break and lunch times for all students.
Parents are able to discuss career options with staff and at the Year 9 Parents' Evening. Representatives from Richard Huish College, Bridgwater College, Somerset College, Weston College will also be present.
Find out more about Choosing GCSE Options.