Trinity Church of England High School, Manchester: Year 10
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HOME Young Creatives

 

Every year, HOME Young Creatives will be putting on an amazing series of free workshops, projects and commissioning opportunities which will be led by industry professionals.

 

Your creative career starts here!

 

 

See the HOME Website or click the logo for more information.

 

Important Dates and Documents

Y10-milestones_2014-2015.pdf

Y10-GCSE-requirements_2014-2015.pdf

 

Careerscape Online

Access to up to date information about a vast range of careers.

To access the websites go to careerscape.cascaid.co.uk.

  • To login you need the licence code from Mr Westmoreland and then follow the instructions to create your account.
  • Then just register with a username and password - just like you would for Facebook.

Careers Links

 

Informed Choices from the Russell Group

Apprenticeships Gov UK

Apprenticeships Vacancies

S-Cool Apprenticeships Seach

 

Visit our Careers Page for more information.


Work Experience

All students, at the end of Year 10, have a one-week work experience placement. This is intended to be a general introduction to the world of work, not training for a future career. Pupils have the choice of either finding their own work placement or selecting one from the school list.

 

Work Experience Information and Downloads

What is involved?

  • Work Experience week runs from Monday 4th July to Friday 8th July 2016.
  • Students spend one week on their placement in a workplace, experiencing the world of work, working with adults, completing a diary and evaluating the experience.
  • Employers write a report at the end of the work experience placement.
  • Students will be visited by teachers whilst on their placement.

A Student's Guide to Work Experience

Information for Parents

Letter to Employers

 

Self Placement

  • Most successful placements occur when the student and family organise their own – this is called a ‘Self Placement’;
  • The time to start looking for a Self Placement is NOW, as places rapidly become booked up because of the competition for places;
  • Placements can be in a range of jobs – as long as it is safe. Students will not be allowed to operate machinery;
  • Some types of employment are very popular, eg sports centres, Manchester City Stadium, etc – you must approach these employers now to have a chance of securing a place.

Self placement form (PDF Document)


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