This coming week sees the return of these hugely successful annual events. In school we are supporting them in a number of ways. Assemblies for the next week will be ‘futures’ focused and there are a wealth of resources for students and parents on the KEVI Careers site, do make sure you explore these.
Over the course of the week there are a number of exciting opportunities which have been arranged for students: visits, workshops and talks. The full programme can be viewed on the KEVI Careers site, via the National Careers Week 2018 page. This information has been shared with all students and they have been asked to sign up for the various events. As places are limited, students will be notified whether they have gained a place the day before. Places for events will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
In the spirit of Careers Week, we are aiming to raise awareness of opportunities that can enrich the learning experience and enhance any CV. The National Park Authority are running an eight week, New Naturalist programme which leads to a John Muir Award. This opportunity is open to Year 9 and 10 students, and will really develop their knowledge and skills of nature, conservation and biodiversity in the local area. Any interested students should see Mrs Johnston before Friday 9 March.
You can also follow us on social media or search twitter using #NCW2018 and #NAW2018 to gain further insight into the breadth of events during the week.