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Q: Can I get careers advice in school?
A: Yes, The Streetly Academy employs its own careers advisor. Mrs V O'Connor is the academy's careers advisor.
Mrs O'Connor provides impartial (unbiased) information, advice and guidance (IAG) to help students make an informed decision about their future options and career choices.
Mrs O'Connor can be contacted by email: email@example.com or 0121 353 2709
Mrs Phillips the sixth form mentor can be contacted by telephone on 0121 353 2709 , or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A range of careers information is available in the sixth form study room via Mrs Phillips the sixth form mentor.
A careers library is currently in the process of being developed for all students at Streetly Academy. At present these resources are based in the year 11 office if you would like to use them please just pop along at anytime.
Q: Is there any help I can get when I'm not in school or when I've left school?
A. Yes, support is available from the National Careers Service. Their careers advisors can talk to you about your choices online or over the phone on 0800 100 900. Advisors are available from 8 am to 10 pm.
B. Also look at the other career sections on our website such as useful webpages, career planning section and Labour Market Information. All these sections can help you gain information advice and guidance.
- 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
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A bit more progress today in preparation for our #artifexgallery Art Exhibition on 6th July. These little cherubs are so committed to meeting their deadline that they're even working after-school! (demanding busicuts though 🍪, a fair exchange I think)! #creativesuperstars https://t.co/6ibXsvuUWp
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