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At Eckington School, we are passionate about supporting students through the process of deciding upon the direction they take after finishing school. The world is changing around us at a very fast pace and is becoming increasingly competitive. Students who start school in Year 7 will need to develop excellent employability skills along the way in order make a successful transition from education to employment. It is important for you to build and develop skills that will give YOU ‘The Edge’ over similar people to you in the future.
At Eckington our students will receive a high-quality careers education and guidance programme to help them make informed decisions about their future pathway and to help them to build essential employability skills alongside your academic studies.
We provide impartial guidance and advice on further education, training or employment across key stage 3, key stage 4 and post-16, and involve many outside agencies such as employers and education providers in the support we offer.
Our Careers Leader is Mrs Laura Moor. If you have any queries about careers education, or higher education information and guidance please contact her on 01246 432849 or email@example.com
Our Employer Engagement Manager is Sally-Anne Warren-Armes. If you have any questions about work experience or our Year 12 employer mentoring scheme ‘Project Futures’ please contact her on 01246 432849 or S.Warren-Armes@eck.leap-mat.org.uk
Our Careers Guidance Practitioner is Mr David Holloway. Mr Holloway provides impartial and expert 1:1 careers guidance. To make an appointment please contact your child’s form tutor or contact Mr David Holloway firstname.lastname@example.org
Students can also email Mr Holloway directly on Tuesday lunchtimes – this is available for all year groups during COVID times email@example.com
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