We are finding that an increasing number of young people are considering Apprenticeships as an alternative to taking up university places and we offer a programme to support in this process, including visits to apprenticeship fairs, visits from apprenticeship providers and a dedicated Careers Week in the Spring Term. In addition, we also hold an ‘Alternatives to University’ information evening for parents, carers and students.

There are different types of Apprenticeships that students can pursue at different stages of their education and we have linked to further information on  these below, which helps to explain what they are and which would be most suited to you/your child. If you would like to speak with someone in school about Apprenticeships, contact either our Careers Advisor, Mrs Pickford or our Work Experience Coordinator, Mrs Sadat-Shafai.

Post 16 Apprenticeships:

Higher and Degree Apprenticeships:

Finding an Apprenticeship

Information for Parents and Carers:

National Apprenticeship Week 2022

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