‘I am a Holy Trinity pupil and I can achieve anything!’
At Holy Trinity we are passionate about ensuring that our students are achieving, ambitious and informed pupils who have high aspirations with a desire to succeed in their future lives. Careers Education at Holy Trinity is taught and covered through a variety of curriculum and additional opportunities. It develops students’ knowledge and understanding of the world of work across all sectors, learning how their studies prepare them for careers and giving insight into possible directions.
Careers Information, Advice and Guidance (CIAG) focuses on the individual student, supporting them in making the right choices based on their talents, enthusiasms, aspirations, ambitions and abilities. Our aim is to ensure that students are fully aware of the many options and pathways, which are open to them as they progress further. CIAG is delivered through our own expert and experienced Careers Adviser who is available in school. The careers adviser provides 1:1 guidance interviews for Year 11 and year 10 as well as drop in sessions, assemblies and attendance at all parent’s evenings.
We provide a stable careers programme delivered during form time at both KS3 and KS4. Students receive frequent weekly inputs as part of their form time schedule. Careers are also prominent during enrichment weeks as well as delivered during our PSD programme for. The aim is to offer a range of lessons and events that inform and enable students to make well-informed decisions about their future. At KS4, Careers is delivered in a variety of forums, including additional Careers focussed days, dedicated subject specialism lessons, guest speakers, opportunities to engage with a range of employers and higher education opportunities both in house and via a range of visits and experiences.
The Careers Team at Holy Trinity are working hard to ensure our students have the best impartial careers advice and guidance that they need. Our aim to ensure your child aspires and moves on into a suitable destination. That destination can be at a local college, 6th form or onto the right level Apprenticeship. Whatever they decide, we aim to support their decision and help them grow.
Career Lead- Miss Backhouse firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Leadership Link: Mr Rodriguez – Assistant Headteacher (Behaviour and Careers) email@example.com
Lead Governor for Careers- Mrs Grant firstname.lastname@example.org
Independent Careers and Guidance Coach- Angela Fawke email@example.com
Enterprise Advisor- Jordan Reese (Wilmott Dixon)
I currently work for Willmott Dixon Construction as an Assistant Social Value Manager within the West Midlands. I started as an Administration Apprentice in 2015, and then moved onto their Management Trainee scheme to begin my 4 years’ training with the company. As part of the programme, I gained various skills and knowledge about the Construction Industry, whilst completing my HNC in Construction Management at Birmingham City University. Following the completion of my HNC in 2019, I took a role within the Social Value team and began my degree in Social Sciences with the Open University, which I will be completing in June 2021.
One of the main aspects of my role is to engage with local schools to provide careers support and world of work experience for students, encouraging them to explore different careers pathways and challenging stereotypes. As a woman in Construction, I am very passionate about ensuring that young females are able to use their potential to pursue their chosen career and break down those barriers to have a successful and happy careers within the industry.
I am really looking forward to working with Holy Trinity Academy and assist in making a difference for their students.