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Careers Advice

Why not make an appointment to see our Careers Advisor, Ms Taylor?

She can provide impartial advice and guidance to help you decide what the next right step might be for you.

Appointments can be made directly with Ms Taylor:

kathryn.taylor@careerconnect.org.uk

taylor_k@trinityhigh.com

Tel: 0161 212 1900

or through Mr Cann:

cann_s@trinityhigh.com (Careers Leader)

Tel: 0161 212 1900

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make choices about your future.

This is a fantastic resource that provides confidential and impartial advice to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities.

Click Here to visit the website.
To talk to an adviser call 0800 100 900.

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Greater Manchester Apprenticeship and Careers Service

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Prospects 

For graduate jobs, postgraduate study, advice about work experience, internship opportunities and graduate careers.

Prospects

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Careersbox

Careersbox is a free online library of careers related films.

Career Connect

Manchester Connexions helps young people to make good career choices and succeed in education, employment or training.

BBC Bitesize Careers

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Monster

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CareerWave

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College

We encourage all students to research Further Education opportunities. For open-day schedules, please check with each individual college.

Or why not consider staying a little longer...?

Higher Education and Alternatives
Apprenticeships & Technical Qualifications
Taking an Apprenticeship or Technical Qualification could change your life.

The following sites can help you. They are full of information on what you can study, how you apply, who offers the schemes, and much, much more.

If any provider would like to speak to students regarding technical education qualificiations and apprenticeships, please Click Here to see our policy.

In line with our core values of Faith in the City, Value in People and Excellence in Education, careers education is an integral part of the offer at Trinity. We strive to ensure students can utilise the information, advice and guidance on offer to be able to make informed decisions about both their next steps and those beyond.

Trinity has strong working relationships with a wide range of employers, apprenticeship, FE and HE providers. In line with the Baker Clause, if you are interested in supporting Trinity with our careers provision please see our Provider Access Policy to explore how you can get involved.

We were recently accredited with the Quality in Careers Standard award, an achievement that we are incredibly proud of. One aspect that was highlighted in this process was the holistic, whole school approach to careers at Trinity.

We regularly evaluate our performance against the eight Gatsby benchmarks and we fully meet these benchmarks across the board.

How we measure impact

At Trinity we use a range of tools to measure the impact of our careers education programme. These include:

  • KS4 and KS5 Student Destination Measures.
  • Student, Staff and Parent Voice.
  • Feedback from visiting employers.
  • Feedback from other stakeholders, for example the NCS.
  • Review of the Y10 and Y12 work experience programme.
  • Review of the Y11 mock interview programme.
  • Feedback from external measures such as our Compass evaluation and The Quality in Careers Standard award.
  • Our careers webpage is next due to be reviewed in March 2024.

For more information on student destinations please click here for KS4 or here for KS5

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