Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance

 

The HCHS designated Careers Leader is Mrs Louise Price

email: pricel@hanleycastlehs.org.uk

01684 593241

 

Hanley Castle High School is committed to providing independent, impartial careers advice and guidance to all students during each stage of their journey through school. We pride ourselves on guiding each student to make an informed decision about their future and will explore all available pathways to help each individual realise their potential.

To help our students make these choices, we have a dedicated programme of careers education and organise a wide range of experiences with external providers. A provider wishing to request access should contact Louise Price (Careers Leader).

Click here for Provider Access document

Careers education takes many forms at Hanley Castle, from structured lessons during PSD to interactive employer led events. Each year we have a number of exciting opportunities available to our students, including: careers fairs, mock interviews, employer events, university trips, business and enterprise schemes and much more.

We place aspiration, work experience, inspiration and mentoring at the core of our CEIAG provision. Further information on our school Careers Strategy and Careers Programme can be found via the links below:

Click here for our Careers Strategy

Click here for our Careers Programme

 

The Careers Team

Careers Lead: Mrs Louise Price

Careers Advisor / Head of Work Related Learning: Mrs Louise Price

Careers Co-ordinator: Mr Martin McTernan

Careers Link Governor: Mr Peter Saunders

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