Exceptional careers advice and tailored support is available to every student here at Claremont.
We want to get them interested in and excited about the opportunities that await them after their 7-year journey with us. We aim to raise their aspirations and ensure they have the knowledge and skills necessary to be able to thrive in their future careers, serve others and make positive contributions to society.
From Year 7 to Year 13, students have access to age-appropriate careers advice and information through our careers programme; and are well supported at key transition points, including GCSE options, A Level choices and post 18 pathways.
The careers programme is delivered in a number of different ways including the curriculum, PSHE lessons, assemblies, the Claremont Careers Bulletin, events, workshops, guest speakers and external visits. The aim is to expose students to the range of higher education, apprenticeship and career opportunities whilst supporting them to move onto the pathway that best suits their skills, interests, personality and values.
Find out more through our Careers Action Plan:
Our Careers leader is Mr David Rudd who can be contacted via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Please telephone the school on 0208 204 4276 to arrange a time to speak with him.
If you are a Further Education College, Training Provider, Apprenticeship Provider or University who would like to discuss non-academic routes available to students, please read our Provider Access Policy here.