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The Careers Team

Senior Leadership Lead

Mrs Amanda Lumb

Careers Guidance leader

  • Careers education
  • Employer engagement
  • Work Experience co-ordinator
Mr Simon Birkenshaw
Work Experience Administrator Mrs Janet Falkingham
Independent careers advisor Mrs Julie Fearn
PSHCEE co-ordinator  Miss Hannah Gibson
STEM activities  co-ordinator Miss Gail Smith 


Careers Education at Selby High School

At Selby High School we provide students with a wide range of careers education opportunities from Year 7 right through to Year 11. Our PSHCEE curriculum has specific career based units of work, with identified learning objectives, outcomes and related activities. Alongside this students have a number of opportunities to experience work related activities both within the school environment and through external visits.

We employ an independent careers advisor who is based in the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) and provides students with 1:1 careers support, advice, and guidance through an appointment system and drop in sessions.

Further information and detail can be found in the schools Careers Guidance Policy which can be accessed here.

Work Experience

Selby High School provides Work Experience for all Year 10 pupils for one week in the summer term. The aim of our Work Experience programme is to provide students with the opportunity to encounter the world of work and to provide them with an experience that will help them to make informed future career choices. Students immerse themselves within a working environment for an extended period of time enabling them to gain first-hand knowledge of what a particular job involves. The work experience allows them to demonstrate and record employability skills outside of the school environment and can therefore assist with gaining valuable social skills as well as being an aid towards choosing a suitable career.

We work with the North Yorkshire Business Education Partnership (NYBEP) to organise our work experience programme. Further information on how we manage and operate work experience can be found in the following Work Experience Policy and NYBEP publications:

Work Experience Policy
NYBEP Guidelines for the Management of Work Related Learning Placements, 2014:
Part 1- Policy
Part 2- Process

Example of completed Work Experience Journal

 

Raising the participation age

The DFE recently increased the age to which all young people in England are required to continue in education or training.

The change was introduced in 2 stages:

  • pupils who left year 11 in summer 2013 had to continue in education or training for at least another year until June 2014
  • pupils who left year 11 in summer 2014 or later have to continue until at least their 18th birthday

This does not mean young people must stay in school. Young people will able to choose from:

  • full-time education (e.g. at a school or college)
  • an apprenticeship or traineeship
  • part-time education or training combined with one of the following:
    • employment or self-employment for 20 hours or more a week
    • volunteering for 20 hours or more a week

Useful links

NYCC- Your Future Choices Leaflet

National Apprenticeship Service- Being an apprentice gives you the opportunity to gain a recognised qualification and develop professional skills, whilst also earning a salary. Click the Apprenticeship link to find out everything you need to know about Apprenticeships, from the qualifications involved, the areas in which you can work and the different levels available. You can also search for available Apprenticeships.

Current available apprenticeships are detailed below, but please click on link above for full details.

Title Weekly Wage Working Week Apprenticeship Duration Closing Date Level

NLTG Apprenticeship vacancies

Title

Reference

Job Type

Vacancy Address Town

Apprentice Upholsterer/ Furniture Assembler

10286-1

Furniture Occupations

Yorkshire

Apprentice Hospitality Assistant

11722-0

Catering and Hospitality

Keighley

Apprentice Chef

11364-1

Catering and Hospitality

Yorkshire

Apprentice Front of House Assistant

10541-0

Catering and Hospitality

Yorkshire

Apprentice Production Operative

11228-1

General Manufacturing

Yorkshire

Apprentice Commis Chef

11648-0

Catering and Hospitality

Skipton

Apprentice Chef

11344-0

Catering and Hospitality

Skipton

Apprentice Front of House

10698-1

Catering and Hospitality

Settle

Apprentice Chef

10697-1

Catering and Hospitality

Settle

Apprentice Hospitality Service Assistant

11531-0

Catering and Hospitality

Settle

Apprentice Glass Processor

4689-7

Glass Occupations

Yorkshire

Apprentice Commis Chef

11968-0

Catering and Hospitality

Yorkshire

Apprentice Administration Assistant

11649-0

Business Administration

Yorkshire

Apprentice Warehouse and Counter Assistant

8488-1

Warehouse and Logistics

Scunthorpe

Apprentice Catering Assistant

10563-0

Catering and Hospitality

Doncaster

Apprentice Fabricator

9445-3

Glass Occupations

Yorkshire

Apprentice Spray Polisher / Finisher

11720-0

Furniture Occupations

Brighouse

Apprentice Food Manufacturer

10224-0

Food Manufacturing

Yorkshire

Apprentice Chef

11328-0

Catering and Hospitality

Halifax

Apprentice Furniture Finisher

11906-0

Furniture Occupations

Elland

Apprentice Chef

11828-0

Catering and Hospitality

Halifax

Apprentice Woodmachinist

9672-1

Furniture Occupations

Yorkshire

Apprentice Cabinet Maker/Assembler

9670-1

Furniture Occupations

Yorkshire

Apprentice Upholsterer

11070-2

Upholstery

Leeds

Apprentice Sales /Administration Assistant

11905-0

Business Administration

Leeds

Apprentice Warehouse Operative

11867-1

Warehouse and Logistics

Yorkshire

Apprentice Commis Chef

11881-0

Catering and Hospitality

Pudsey

Apprentice Chef

10482-0

Catering and Hospitality

Ilkley

Apprentice Administration Assistant

10838-0

Business Administration

Leeds

Apprentice Catering Assistant

11808-0

Catering and Hospitality

Sheffield

Apprentice Catering Assistant

11806-0

Catering and Hospitality

Sheffield

Apprentice Warehouse Operative

11849-0

Warehouse and Logistics

Rotherham

Apprentice Customer Service Assistant

11707-0

Customer Service

Barnsley

Apprentice Upholsterer/Coach Trimmer

11925-0

General Manufacturing

Staffordshire

Apprentice Administration Assistant

11845-0

Business Administration

Wakefield

Apprentice Upholsterer

11801-0

Furniture Occupations

Yorkshire

Apprentice Woodmachinist

11798-0

Furniture Occupations

Yorkshire

Apprentice Warehouse Assistant

11945-0

Warehouse and Logistics

Batley

Apprentice Specialist Furniture Manufacturer

11365-0

Furniture Occupations

York

Apprentice Baker

10403-0

Food Manufacturing

Selby

Apprenticeship opportunities with:

HETA
Apprenticeship Prospectus
Flyer
Trade Sheets
Ability Test Takers Guide

Apprenticeship available at Elizabeth Horner, Brook Street, Selby. Working in salon with day release to college. Successful candidate will gain an NVQ qualification and valuable work experience. Please contact the salon on 01757 213927 for further information

Please click here for the North Yorkshire Apprenticeship flyer

Please click here for a letter from MP Rishi Sunak 'A new way to take on an apprentice'

North Lancs Training Group Ltd - Click on link to view a list of Apprenticeship vacancies available in the Yorkshire area.  If there are no appropriate vacancies for your in one of the sectors they cover, send in an application form and they will find a vacancy for you. For further information, visit their site, NLTG.co.uk.

 


National Careers Service- Click the National Careers Service link to explore a wealth of support and advice. You will find information to help you to choose a career; you can complete a skills tests, search for courses, job search advice, personalised help from careers advisers, exam/revision tips and much, much more.

 


UCAS – Click the link to view UCAS Progress’ new information and advice pages and find out about all the post-16 education and training options before you search for courses and make your applications.

 

Kudos- Click the link to view and explore Kudos, an impartial online careers guidance and information program that helps young people plan their future and make informed decisions. It is ideal for 13-19 year olds, providing young people with a personalised experience based on their interests and educational aspirations to suggest suitable careers. They can explore these suggestions or look at their own career ideas; they can then see how well matched they are to them.

Gov.UK- Visit this link for an A-Z of links related to Apprenticeships, 14 to 19 education and training for work.

Information on Student Finance can also be found at Gov.UK - https://www.gov.uk/student-finance/overview

 

Explore universities and colleges; find the right course for you. Includes information on, ‘How important are GCSE choices when it comes to university?’ http://university.which.co.uk/advice/how-important-are-gcse-choices-when-it-comes-to-university.

Which subject? Which career?
What are the links between subjects and courses and the job you might get in the future? Follow this link to view an overview of the type of jobs different subject knowledge could be useful in. You will still need to check the entry requirements for the different jobs but it is a good starting point.


Explore careers, be inspired, take action
Whether you’ve got a career in mind or you haven’t got a clue, Plotr can help you discover your future and guide you to careers you could be great at.

Careers box is a site packed with content designed and written by young people for young people and is is all about helping students help themselves. Careers box have also teamed up with Emsi, the local labour market data experts, to ensure that all featured content is contextualised with relevant and localised labour market information to help understand where great opportunities in the workplace lie.

Success at School is a place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice.

 

 
Shape Your Future York and North Yorkshire 2016/17: This booklet provides an overview of the job market and key sectors in York and North Yorkshire. The job market, what sectors are growing or shrinking and what skills are in demand are important when thinking about future career, training and study plans.

 

The Russell Group’s guide Informed Choices provides students with information, advice and guidance about their post-16 subject choices.

 

 

 
LMI for All is an online data portal funded by the Department for Education. LMI for All brings together existing sources of labour market information (LMI) that can inform people’s choices about their careers. The LMI for All database provides access to labour market data that can answer the questions people commonly ask when thinking about their careers, including ‘will there be jobs in the future?’, ‘what do people get paid?’ and ‘what does the job involve?’ 

 

We are committed to providing excellent careers advice, guidance and information to all students at Selby High School. The Careers Team includes CEIAG Co-ordinator Mr Birkenshaw whose work is supported by a number of staff including the PSHCEE co-ordinator and the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths) co-ordinator. The team's aim is to ensure that careers education, information, advice and guidance is available and accessible to all students from Year 7 through to Year 11.