Careers Information, Advice and Guidance at LHS

At Longridge High we encourage all pupils to aim high and help each pupil to prepare for life after school. We will help and develop skills to prepare pupils for the world of work and ensure they are equipped with the skills employers are looking for.

We prepare pupils by offering a variety of information, advice and guidance to help them make informed decisions about their future. Each pupils has access to:

  • Independent careers advice
  • Careers assemblies
  • Local college assemblies/lunchtime drop in/information sessions
  • College taster days
  • Mock results day (independent careers advice from colleges, training providers & local employers)
  • Employer talks
  • Apprenticeship assemblies/lunchtime drop in/information sessions
  • Visits to local employers
  • Curriculum links with jobs
  • Close links with local businesses
  • ‘Startprofile’ www.startprofile.com is an interactive careers programme that simplifies and improves careers guidance
  • Careers corner found on Longridge High School newsletter published weekly offers information about the college open days/apprenticeships available
  • Interviews arranged with chosen colleges
  • KS4 Evening that offers careers advice & guidance to the students and their parents
  • Personal statement workshops delivered by local colleges
  • C.V. workshops delivered by local college
  • Motivational assemblies
  • Resilience assemblies
  • The Personal, Social and Health Education Programme (PSHE)
  • Support from Form Tutor

If any employer can support our school careers programme
please contact klr@lhs.lancs.sch.uk

Building relationships with schools benefits everyone. Evidence shows that engaging with employers has transformative effects on the employment outcomes of young people. These encounters bring the world of work to life, develop skills, and encourage young people to take control of their futures. Employees working with schools benefit, too. They can develop new skills which can help further their own career progression and employer-supported volunteering often leads to increased brand loyalty and employee engagement. If you are a business that can offer support please contact us.

To view our Careers Strategy, please click here.

For an overview of how we provide Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance through our extra-curricular activities, please view the documents below:

KS3 Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance 2020/2021

KS4 Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance 2020/2021

Careers Newsletters

Careers Newsletter 1

Careers Newsletter 2

Careers Newsletter 3

Careers Newsletter 4

Careers Newsletter 5

Careers Newsletter 6

Careers Newsletter 7

Careers Newsletter 8

Careers Newsletter 9

Careers Newsletter 10

Careers Newsletter 11

Careers Newsletter 12

Careers Newsletter 13

Careers Newsletter 14