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The aim of Streetly Academys Careers Department is develop the skills, attitudes and abilities of all our students to enable them to make effective decisions about their future education, training and employment.  

All our students have access to a planned programme of Careers Education which provides opportunities to develop and apply the knowledge, understanding and skills necessary to make realistic career decisions.

The Streetly Academy provides an ‘in-house’ careers advice and guidance service which is staffed by .....

Streetly academy employs the following careers and enterprise staff

  • Vicky O'Connor - Careers Lead 

Supported by

  • Careers Governor 

  • Senior Leadership Team including head of sixth form 

  • SENCO and Assistant SENCO

  • Head of Departments / Subject Leaders

  • Heads of Year 

  • Form Tutors

  • Sixth form learning support Staff 

Please CLICK HERE for more information about staffing and responsibilities for careers. 

The Streetly Academy value Careers education and the key elements of our Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Programme is to develop the self awareness, opportunity awareness, decision making and transition planning skills of our students. It also raises aspirations, broadens horizons and breakdown stereotypes. Our CEIAG programme is an integral part of the whole school and as a result The Streetly Academy CEIAG programme incorporates both formal careers education, information, advice and guidance activities, as well as other opportunities linked to each of the students’ subjects, whether this is delivered through bespoke lessons, external speakers, educational visits or developing our staff’s knowledge of the careers and opportunities linked to their subject areas.

Please click on the links below to view our Provider Access Statement, Student Career Entitlement and Our Career Programme. 

Provider Access Statement 

Careers entitlement

Career Programme September 2018 - July 2019 

The web pages below aim to support students to make informed decisions about their future choices and to help parents/carers to assist their daughter/son with their options.

There are 13 sections that focus on key questions and answers. You will also find links to useful websites and other sources of information and help.

Please choose from the following 13 sections

Student Career Planning 

Need Careers advice?

Parents and Carers 

School Staff 

Employer Links 

Labour Market Information 

Year 9 options

Options after year 11

Post-18 options

Apprenticeships

Help with choosing A levels 

Jobs and voluntary work

University applications

Student finance

Useful Websites