Careers education and guidance form part of the programme of self-awareness and development that all our pupils face as they progress through the School. Formal contact with the Careers Department begins in Year 9 (Third Form) and continues through to the post-Advanced Level results period. Our staff and pupils have access to the wide range of material in the Careers Library and have the support of the Independent Schools Careers Organisation (ISCO) which can be found at www.isco.org.uk
Subject choice, employment and training opportunities and prospects, work experience and guidance about Further and Higher Education all form part of the programme of Careers guidance and, to boost this further, use is made of computer and video information and of visiting experts. Over the years parents and old scholars have also contributed their expertise and, on a day-to-day basis, all members of the teaching staff are happy to give advice in the context of their subject specialism. Pupils can be assured of wide-ranging support throughout their time in the School.