Bishop Walsh Careers

 bigstock-Love-My-Career-44499793‘CHOOSE A JOB YOU LOVE AND YOU WILL NEVER HAVE TO WORK A DAY IN YOUR LIFE! (Confucius) 




CAREER PLANNING – Need help getting started with choosing your career? Then see the Career Planning section for advice on the different stages of career planning, what you need to know about yourself, how to research careers linked to your favourite subjects & how to research your career ideas




YEAR 11 OPTIONS – find out about your options after year 11 – 6th form, college, apprenticeships & school leaver programmes.*


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OPTIONS AFTER 6TH FORM – find out about degree courses, university, Higher Apprenticeships & Gap years.







APPRENTICESHIPS – find out all about how they work, the different levels, where to look for Apprenticeship opportunities






GAP YEAR / VOLUNTARY WORK / WORK EXPERIENCE – find out about these opportunities & how they help you develop the skills universities & employers are looking for.



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USEFUL WEBSITES – Need help finding careers information but not sure where to look? Then see the  section for some of the best trusted sites out there.







PARENTS – Are you a parent wanting to support your childs’ career choices? Then see the Parents section for advice. See also the USEFUL WEBSITES section.




SCHOOL LEAVER JOBS / OPPORTUNITIES – Are you looking for a job or apprenticeship? Then see the School Leaver Jobs / Opportunities section to see vacancies for school leavers.





Keep up to date and informed by checking out the blog section for your year group – see Year Group Blog tab at the top of this page.


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Years 7-11 should ask your form tutor to refer you for a careers interview.

Years 12 / 13 should ask Mrs Hayes to refer you.

Alternatively you can email me or drop in during break or lunchtime ( Tues, Wed, Thurs ) to book an interview or if you just want to ask a question –