King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls is committed to providing a comprehensive and planned programme of impartial careers education and advice. We seek to do this through these website pages, our careers events throughout the academic year and our Careers Advisor, Mrs Connor.
Miss N Daniel (Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for CEAIG)
Mrs J Nolan (Post 16 Careers, Enrichment and Work Related Learning Coordinator)
Mrs N Connor (Careers Advisor)
Mrs Connor is in the Careers Office every Wednesday and is available either via pre-arranged appointments or for drop ins during break and lunchtime.
New Careers Statutory Guidance
The DfE released a new statutory guidance document in January 2018, including a number of new requirements for school careers programmes, most of which are to be met by the end of 2020. Many of the requirements are already met at King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls, but we will be working towards those that are not.
The most immediate requirement is for all schools to have a policy for ‘Provider Access’ so that everyone is clear on how and when outside organisations will be allowed access to King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls to promote other educational routes and training opportunities. We have always been very open to this and work with a range of organisations already, but we are now reviewing our school careers policy so that it will include a section on provider access, and will publish our updated policy here as soon as possible.
Our current careers policy can be found on Moodle.
Online Careers Advice
You can now get immediate and personal careers advice from the National Careers Service via phone, text or online chat.
Click on the image below to read the national edition of CareersWorld and the West Midlands Regional edition. Hard copies are available in the Careers section of the library.
Moving On is devoted to helping young people make the right choices for their future – education, qualifications and careers. Moving On really wants to motivate you! Articles cover a range of topics to inspire and give ideas. You can read the latest issue online by clicking on the image below.
Loud is an informative and supportive guide for 16-19 year olds, to assist them with their next stage in higher education.