BHBS provides Independent Advice and Guidance so that students can make the right choices for their future. Our students should ultimately make decisions about their own future and we will aim to provide as much support and information to assist in this process.
BHBS employs a careers officer for 4 days a week on a term time contract. The role includes individual and group interviews with students, organising an annual Careers Fair, ensuring all year 10 students complete a week of work experience, arranging visits from employers and colleges; and monitoring destinations of year 11 leavers.
If you would like to contact our careers officer Chris Lush he can be reached by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning the school on 01432 347501.
Independent Advice and Guidance on Careers 2017
Year 9 Initiative:
As part of the development of our careers strategy to increase awareness of career options amongst our students , we will be tasking year 9 students to choose a career and find out how to progress into this after school. This involves, in skills for life and as homework, going on to the National Careers Service website
finding a career of interest, identifying what that career involves, what skills and qualifications it requires, what payscale and lifestyle it offers, where would be the best progression route after school to make this path accessible and where this career path might take the student.