Careers PolicyCareers-Policy-March-2019.pdf – 333 KB
Successful careers guidance is essential to raising the aspirations of our young people, and by this, that of the community also.
Developing skills and an understanding of how to apply them is a key element of faculty programmes at Key Stage 3, allowing students to better comprehend career paths that would be suited to them.
As young people are nurtured through the school employment pathways and further education, destinations become the focal point of mentoring and independent guidance programmes.
Developing independent, resilient young people who are able to be successful in the work environment is central to the school’s role within the community.
Free Interview Prep & Questions app
|Did you know there is now a free Interview Prep & Questions app which builds interview confidence and helps you to prepare for panic free interviews all in one accessible place…the phone, and downloadable from App store and Google Play.It contains:
To help you quickly understand how it works, please click on these very short videos:
• 46 seconds: https://youtu.be/TrBf4zw4p3k
· 1 min 42 secs: https://youtu.be/C3iUHQz2wWw
And then Get the App Free: https://www.skills2use.com/get-the-app/
KUDOS Online Careers Guidance
As part of careers week, 4th to 9th March, Harwich & Dovercourt High School offered all of our students the opportunity to use KUDOS online careers guidance:
(Login details have previously been e-mailed to all year groups)
If you have any questions or issues please contact Mr Herron
Year 7 Skills Day
On Friday 23rd September 2016 all Year 7 students were off timetable to participate in skills day. This was to develop their team building, communication, problem solving and planning skills. They worked closely with the members of their tutor groups and tutor teacher to help build strong relationships.