As part of National Careers Week 2016 we had a number of visitors come into school:
Monday – Ex student Shaun Zabalocki spoke to Year 9 students about the methods Third Energy use to produce energy, he told the students about his career pathway and progression routes and gave information about the large number of job opportunities and apprenticeships available in the area.
Tuesday – Richard Adams from the University of Hull spoke to Year 11 students about how to manage their finance at University and how the new, updated student loan/tuition fees system works.
Wednesday – Ex student Joanne Hakings from Scarborough Skills Village talked to Year 8 students about the Middle Deepdale development and the job opportunities available in Construction. We also had a group of Year 11 students visit the site to have a go at some practical activities such as bricklaying.
Thursday – Angela Morris from York University spoke to Year 10 students about the importance of post 16 choices and the link they have to University and future jobs.
Friday – Representatives from the Army spoke to Year 7 students about the diverse range of jobs available in the army such as Chef, Nurse and IT Assistant.