The week beginning 4 March saw the annual event that is a celebration of successful Careers Education and once again, King Edward’s participated with the addition of numerous activities to the already extensive careers programme.
Like in previous years, National Careers Week coincided with National Apprenticeship Week, where there is an increasing awareness of the multiple progression opportunities available to young people. Our #NCW programme was extensive and all year groups from across school and sixth form had the opportunity to learn from a broad and varied range of professionals in their field.
Following National Careers/Apprenticeship Week we also relaunched our KEVI Careers website, rebranded as Your Future. This has a whole host of information for students and parents about the full range of progression routes and opportunities. It is accessible from the Quick Links section of the site.
Our commitment and endeavour in the field of Careers Education does not stop after National Careers Week. We have more guest presenters booked in for year groups, the BBC are coming into talk about digital and media careers, Year 12 will attend the Oxbridge conference, The Brilliant Club continues… all of this is in the next few weeks!