Future Learn – Handy tips and free CV Writing Template here
Prospects – Drafting a cover letter for your CV here
Year 10 and Year 11 Your Future Your Options
We hope this will be a helpful reminder of your options after leaving school and a quick overview of what you need to do and when. We have also included some information on CVs, application forms and interviews which you may find useful.PR_7288_HFS_HCPBooklet_am3_312421_v4-1
Year 10 Sparsholt College Information
Please click on the link below for a package of resources for year 10 students so that they can start to research their Post-16 options and specifically Sparsholt College. On the second page of the package there are links to our courses, a campus tour, tutor subject tours, college open events, careers support, the college prospectus, apprenticeships, industry work placements, 360 tours, student experience and a year 10 presentation with voiceover. Year 10 students just need to click on what they are interested in viewing.SPARSHOLT-COLLEGE-YEAR-10-PACKAGE-FOR-SCHOOLS-2021
98% of new soldiers enrol on an apprenticeship, making the Army the largest employer provider – but what does it mean to do an apprenticeship as a soldier? We’ll explore the range of 40 apprenticeship schemes from healthcare to IT, engineering to business administration and how you apply. This event is open to anyone interested in finding out more about apprenticeships
Click here to register your interest
Portsmouth Uni – Year 11 Next Steps News Letter to receive tips and guidance to help prepare for exams and next steps sign up here
Year 10 & 11 Next Steps Assembly, students have big decisions to make as they explore their next steps here
Here you can find out about the Careers offer at ALNS. When you have opportunities to learn about Careers in each year at school and links to local colleges and up to date information about events in school.
Students are entitled to careers education, information, advice and guidance which is both impartial and confidential. At Key Stages 3 and 4 students are able to access an interview with an independent careers advisor. For students identified within priority groups, provision is made through the Assistant Head: Inclusivity, Head of Key Stage 3 and Head of Key Stage 4. Our school’s career leader is Mrs V Etherington who can be contacted through the school phone number (023 9236 4536) or via email – [email protected].
There is also the opportunity for students to have access to careers advice from independent and local institutions, including Portsmouth College, Highbury College, Southdowns College, Havant College, Fareham College and Chichester College. Strong ties are made with three local Universities through in-school presentations, events, campus visits and published on-line information.
The aim of our Careers Programme is to ensure that all students have access to impartial careers information and guidance throughout each academic year.