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Careers at Herschel: An Introduction

At Herschel, we provide a comprehensive programme of careers education plus information, advice and guidance through these website pages, our Careers Library and small group or one-to-one meetings with Helen Cole, our Careers Adviser from Adviza.

We have recently been awarded Stage 1 of the Investor in Careers award, which involves us reviewing our whole careers programme right from careers policy to individual lesson content, ensuring that we fully meet all of the statutory requirements and lots of the non-statutory ones too, evaluating the programme in the light of input from staff, students and parents.

Use the links on the left hand menu to navigate your way around our careers pages.

Contact Details

Mr D Wilkins (Head of Careers)
dwilkins@herschel.slough.sch.uk

Mrs T Gumbs (Sixth Form Careers)
tgumbs@herschel.slough.sch.uk

Ms Helen Cole (School Careers Adviser)
helencole@adviza.org.uk

Ms Cole is in the school Careers Library most Tuesday lunchtimes between September and March providing a drop-in advice service - students from any year group are welcome. 

Your Careers Entitlement

As a Herschel student, this is what you can expect your careers programme to look like:

Online Careers Advice

You can now get immediate and personal careers advice from the National Careers Service via phone, text or online chat.

Careers Magazines

CareersWorld

Click on the image below to read the national edition of CareersWorld and the south east regional edition. Both can also be read in hard copy format in the school Careers Library.

 

Moving On

Moving On is devoted to helping young people make the right choices for their future – education, qualifications and careers. Moving On really wants to motivate you! Articles cover a range of topics to inspire and give ideas. Hard copies are always available in the Careers Library, or you can read the latest issue online by cicking on the image below.

Future Magazine

 

Loud Magazine

Loud is an informative and supportive guide for 16-19 year olds, to assist them with their next stage in higher education. 

 
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