- Personal Development
- Careers Education, Information & Guidance (CEIAG) & Work Related Learning
- KS5 Programme
Years 12 and 13 - Take-Off!
Our Year 12s are supported and trained to create a competitive UCAS application after in-depth investigation and research into possible universities. Other exit options are also discussed; routes such as apprenticeships, internships, employment etc.
The Wellbeing programme addresses a wide range of topics to encourage the students to develop useful life-skills; student finance, decision-making, healthy relationships, rights and responsibilities.
Kendrick School hosts a biennial ‘Design Your Future’ event in collaboration with the ‘Learning to Work’ charity which gives students from Year 9 to Year 13 the opportunity to meet potential future employers and discuss possible career paths with a wide-ranging choice of delegates.
In the Summer term, an annual Year 12 Student and Parent/ Carer Information Event, ’Life after Kendrick’, is held which builds from the information gained via previous careers fairs and the UCAS application process.