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At Caroline Chisholm School, we provide many opportunities for our students to receive advice and guidance throughout their time at CCS, as well as for their future careers and aspirations. 

We have a variety of careers events, assemblies and trips which we run throughout the year to support all our children in their learning about careers.  From starting our careers programme in Primary, we believe we can help teach our pupils the importance of striving for their goals to achieve their desired career choice. We also hope that in doing so, every student regardless of their age or background, believes in our ethos of "everyone, every lesson, every opportunity" and that any career goals they strive for are achievable. 

Gatsby Benchmarks
  1. A stable careers programme ​
  2. Learning from careers and labour market information  ​
  3. Addressing the needs of each student
  4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
  5. Encounters with employers and employees 
  6. Experiences of workplaces 
  7. Encounters with further and higher education
  8. Personal guidance 
Academic Careers Timetable

Other useful links and resources: - This website provides information, advice, and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training, and work. - This website provides general advice about further education. It focuses on apprenticeships and advertises current vacancies. - search for university courses and their entry requirements. -. Unifrog will help you to explore your key interests and what career paths you can take to reach your goals! and career options. - This website lets you research options to your degree, guidance for jobs and work experience and provides information of industries.

Apprenticeship links
Job links
In partnership with:


(Brief overview on what the partnership is all about) See their job availability, Work experience and more….


Higher Education
Contact us!

Careers Advisers: Mrs Porsha McTaggart & Miss Hannah Linsley

Careers Email:

Please contact us if you have any questions, or if you’re a business and want to become apart of our partnership then please get in touch.

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