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To support our delivery of careers, Streetly Academy has strong partnerships with a wide range of educational institutions, training providers and employers who contribute to our careers programme through:
- Raising aspirations and increasing motivation – helping young people identify educational and occupational goals
- Demonstrating the relevance of the knowledge and skills learnt in subjects to future opportunities in learning and working
- Demonstrating the links between living, learning and earning
- Providing work enrichment opportunities including guest speakers and curriculum support.
Currently from September 2018 - November 2018 we have worked and with Moor Hall Hotel and Spa, The NHS, The Alexandra Theatre , an independant business consultant, motivational speaker, trainer, author and coach, STEM ambasssdors, Mcdonalds, The Bank Of America, Rugby Football union, The Belfry and Oxbridge University.
Please check back for our events we run and the businesses and further, higher and apprenticeship education providers that attend....
If you would like to get involved and help inspire our future workforce please contact Mrs V O'connor for more details of the different opportunities we have available for you to support.
- DfE Performance Tables
- Annual Reports & Accounts
- Academy Funding Agreement
- Pupil Premium
- Year 7 Catch Up Funding
- British Values
- Need Careers advice?
- Career Planning
- Year 9 Options
- Options after year 11
- Post-18 options
- Help with choosing A Levels and BTEC's
- Jobs and voluntary work
- University applications
- Student finance
- Parents and Carers
- Useful websites
- Careers entitlements
- Labour Market Information
- Employer Links
- School Staff Linking Careers to curriculum
- Work Experience
- Safeguarding & E-Safety
Priveledged to have Hayley in for #streetlySED, a registered Mental Health Nurse teaching our young people the difference between general sadness & depression. We need our young people to understand that we all have mental health, whether it's ill or healthy. Let's remove stigma https://t.co/pKpIif4xvI
Year 7 learning all about bearings to help locate Mr Quinn's car! https://t.co/8yTiRwLN8E
Let's see how they get on finding the motives! Mrs Thandi is now a prime suspect according to 7SH1! https://t.co/jwNwUBmuVN
Priveledged to have Hayley in for #streetlySED, a registered Mental Health Nurse teaching our young people the difference between general sadness & depression. We need our young people to understand that we all have mental health, whether it's ill or healthy. Let's remove stigma
The Albion Foundation Football Academy
Year 9 Options
GCSE Results 2017
Summer Blockbusters - The 2017 Staff Video
Year 12 Student joins TeamUK for the International Geography Olym...