MG 0366a

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 Ross Logan, our Careers Adviser from Adviza.

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

Contact Details

Mr A Abdar (Careers Leader)

Mrs T Gumbs (Sixth Form Careers)

Tara Latter


National Careers Support

There is access to a countrywide Exam Results Helpline, provided by the National Careers Service, which uses the same phone number on which you can always access careers advice right the way through the year.

New Careers Statutory Guidance

The DfE released a new statutory guidance document in January 2018, including a number of new requirements for school careers programmes, most of which are to be met by the end of 2020. Many of the requirements are already met at Herschel, but we will be working towards those that are not.

The most immediate requirement is for all schools to have a policy for 'Provider Access' so that everyone is clear on how and when outside organisations will be allowed access to Herschel students to promote other educational routes and training opportunities. We have now updated our Careers and WRL policy document to reflect this; it can be found under 'School Information' and then 'Statutory Information'.

Your Careers Programme

As a Herschel student, this is what you can expect your careers programme to look like, based around the governments's Gatsby Benchmarks:

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


Loud Magazine

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