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Careers Information for Parents

To help us improve the careers programme for your child please could you complete a short survey about your experiences with careers education at St. Hugh's by clicking the 'Parents Feedback' button below. Thank you. 

Parents Feedback - Careers, Information, Advice and Guidance


Parental Involvement 

Parental involvement in careers education at St. Hugh's is always encouraged. Parents are kept up-to-date with careers work through letters, school magazines, options evenings, information evenings, parents' evenings and through the Annual Review (EHCP) process. 

All learners will take part in a Careers Education Programme in Year 7 - 14 (view here) that helps them to: 

  • Understand their education, training, employment and other progression opportunities. 
  • Develop the skills they need to plan and manage their own personal development and career progression. 

Online resources including further information can be accessed through the links below: 

Amazing Apprenticeships Parent Pack - NEW - includes ideas and top tips on where to look for an Apprenticeship, the support your child can expect from their employer and much more! 

Amazing Apprenticeships - helping you to understand the Apprenticeships currently on offer to students nationally 

Get My First Job - a website to look at Apprenticeships and Traineeships

How2Become - a leading careers website that provides information about securing jobs, writing CVs, completing application forms and passing interviews. 

iCould - free access to over 1000 personal video stories, detailed job information, plus practical tips, insights and advice and Labour Market Information. 

National Apprenticeship Service - search and apply for Apprenticeship vacancies here. 

National Careers Service - comprehensive, freely accessible information, advice and guidance

Preparing for Adulthood - giving everyone equal life chances

Traineeships - a Traineeship is an unpaid course for people aged 16 - 24 with work experience that gets you ready for work or an Apprenticeship. It can last up to 6 months. Find out which traineeships are available in our local area here. 


Page Updated: 17 November 2019