We are committed to providing a balanced view to careers education regardless of a student's background or academic achievement.
We use guidance from the National Careers Service (as well as a range of other sources) This is a government-funded organisation that provides information, advice and guidance to help people of all ages to make decisions regardng their education, training and employment. Their website includes the following information:
Job Profiles - Find out what a job involves and if it's right for you.
Skills health check - An assessment to find out what type of jobs could suit you.
Find a course - Look for courses and learning providers.
Help to get a job - Get advice on the different stages of a job hunt, including how to improve interview techniques and write an effective CV.
You can access to this website by clicking here: https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/#
If you have any further questions about our Careers Education please use the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashby School Options information for Year 9 Students
December 2021 Dear Year 9 student and parents, We are so looking forward to welcoming you to Ashby School in August 2022 to complete your Key Stage 4 studies. As you know, you are able to choose some of the subjects you wish to study so, to help you make these choices, we are runn...
Christmas Concert 2021
You can see some videos from the Christmas performance by clicking here ...
Christmas Card Design Winners 2021
Student Voice News
This half term, our student leadership team have been working fantastically hard. They have met with Mr Bellmore to work through the anti-bullying policy, where they provided some brilliant feedback moving forward. We have now created an Anti-Bullying action group who will meet with Mr Bellmore regu...
Design Competition Finalist
A huge congratulations to former Ivanhoe College student, Megan Harris, who has made it through as a regional finalist for the Royal Mailâ€™s â€–Heroesâ€™ Stamp Design Competition 2021. Megan is one of only 120 young people to reach this stage of the competition, from a staggering 606,049 entr...
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