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Careers Education Information and Guidance (CEIAG) and Work-Related Learning (WRL) Opportunities

Students and parents/carers,

A list of opportunities will be posted here ...


Students - if you are interested and have any questions, do come to speak to me.

Parents/carers - you are welcome to get in touch via email:

Mrs M. Arhagba, Careers Leader

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Bank of Montreal (BMO) Capital Markets scholarship for year 13 students  

A fantastic opportunity to get:

  • Funding to cover 50% of university fees (worth £4625 for 2024/2025) for EACH year of university from September 2024!
  • TWO paid summer internships with BMO Capital Markets in summer 2025 AND summer 2026.


  • Must be eligible to register with The Brokerage as part of the application process - check eligibility criteria here
  • Must be current year 13 OR Gap year student (Year 13 in June 2023, currently not at university AND starting in September 2024).
  • Good grade predictions at A-Level
  • Interested in banking and financial services
  • Details here
  • Appy here by uploading your CV and your 250-300 word statement on the question 'Why you want to work in financial services?'

Deadline: Friday 3 May 2024

Your FREE Apprenticeships Guide for parents & carers launches Monday, February 5, 2024.

Our new digital guide – available from Monday 5 February for National Apprenticeship Week – is packed full of vital information to help parents guide and students decide whether an apprenticeship could be the right choice for them.

The fourth edition of our Apprenticeships Guide is sponsored by the National Audit Office and contains tips and insider insights from employers as well as interviews with today’s apprentices – plus in-depth information about the apprenticeship programmes available across every industry.

Features include:

  • Info on the four apprenticeship levels

  • Applying for an apprenticeship

  • What support is available?

  • An apprenticeship timeline

  • Guide to apprenticeship programmes covering 17 industries

  • Glossary of key terms

  • FAQs

  • Apprenticeships: Truth or lie?

Contributing employers include British Army, Google, Morgan Stanley, NHS, PwC, Royal Horticultural Society and more...

Please sign up below using the link below for immediate download access on Monday 5 February:

Apprenticeships Guide

Early Careers at Deloitte We are pleased to announce that the Deloitte ASPIRE programme is now accepting applications! We believe that this is a powerful opportunity for your students in year 12 (or year 13 in Nothern Ireland, or S5 in Scotland) to explore their passions and talents.   What can your students expect?   ASPIRE is designed to help students identify their unique talents and strengths and explore how different career paths align with their interests. Participants will gain insight into Deloitte's work culture and learn about the various business areas. They will also have the opportunity to participate in immersive case studies, develop life skills, and attend employability sessions that will help them prepare for their future careers.   When and where will the programme take place?   We are excited to offer the ASPIRE programme in London and Manchester, as well as a virtual event for those who are unable to attend in person:

  • 17th–19th July (Virtual)
  • 22nd–24th July, Manchester (In-person)
  • 29th–31st July, London (In-person)

We encourage you to share this opportunity with your students and look forward to receiving their applications.

Green Careers

With two-thirds of 10,000 16-25 year olds across 10 different countries stating that they 'were worried' about climate change, in a study from the University of Bath, let's dive into the range of careers to help support our Earth's future! 

An Environmental Scientist

An environmental scientist studies the environment, plants, animals, humans and how these different areas are interlinked to uncover ways for us to adopt more sustainable practices. Their research also gives advice on what is harming the environment and how we can tack it. 

Studying Biology? Find out where it could lead you! 

Green Energy and Technology

From solar power to wind turbines, establishing renewable energy resources is vital for the health of our planet. You could be responsible for working in industries to create cutting-edge technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change.  Check out these Green Careers at bp! 

Environmental Law

Environmental lawyers use their legal knowledge and analytical skills to make our world greener. They could be advising big companies about their legal obligations to the environment. They also work for the government, helping to come up with new laws that protect the earth. Considering a law career? Check out our Law Career Zone! 

Want to find out more? Check out these handy articles on our website:

And don't forget, if you want all the latest careers advice, apprenticeship opportunities, university open days, and insight webinars, make sure to add '' to your safe-senders list on your email! 

Jo from Springpod says:

If you are currently looking for apprenticeship roles to apply for, or are just doing some general research to begin your journey, then Aldi is a really great employer to look at.

Take a look at what one of Aldi's own employee has said.

"I wanted an Apprenticeship that could be made into a career and Aldi offered real responsibility and the chance to be mentored by industry-leading managers. I have been in various roles since I completed my Logistics Apprenticeship, from Warehouse Section Leader to my current role as a Project Section Leader, which has given me the opportunity to travel to Germany!" - Lee, Project Section Leader

As an Aldi Apprentice, students are trusted to make real decisions that help deliver the best experience for Aldis customers, and with opportunities in Stores, Logistics, Driving and National Buying, there's more than one way to succeed.

Check out the opportunities by clicking on this link:

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