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'While we have time let us do good to all’. (Galatians 6:10)'

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Important documents for Staff

Useful Links for Lessons


More resources can be found in the Careers Google Drive. Ask the Careers Adviser if you do not have access.


Career Pilot

Search for job profiles by school subject.



Video career stories and LMI. Search by school subject.


Enterprise m3 - Careers Video Library

Real people talking about their jobs with accompanying work sheets


What's the Point? (YouTube)

A selection of careers related videos to help schools and teachers to promote careers across the curriculum and meet Gatsby Benchmark 4


MYPATH (YouTube)

Job of the Week videos and the Why Bother? series which are constantly being added to. Currently have geography, science and maths.


Careers and Enterprise Company

Gatsby Benchmark 4 resources.


My Learning My Future

Resources to support subject teaching staff to engage students in curriculum learning by highlighting the relevance of their subjects to future careers, opportunities and pathways.



Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.


Youth Employment UK

Free careers education resources including lesson plans.


My World of Work

Lesson plans and teaching resources. 


BBC - Careers Support - Teaching Resources

Classroom resources focused on careers guidance. Includes BBC Bitesize careers resources and job case studies.


ICAEW Maths (Institute of Chartered Accountants)

The ICAEW has partnered with Nebula Learning to create GCSE maths worksheets that use real-world scenarios to explore curriculum topics


Supporting Students


UCAS Ultimate Guide to Choosing Your GCSE Subjects

Three golden rules for choosing a subject, mythbusters and what's next.


UCAS Careers Quiz

Find your ideal job matched to your personality and a list of courses previous students studied in order to get there.


UCAS - Further Education

Information about sixth form, college and apprenticeships.