Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance

Angela Hahn
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Co-ordinator
Tel: 01284 761393 ext 276

Beverley Tucker
Deputy Headteacher/Careers Leader
Tel: 01284 761393

I offer impartial information, advice and guidance to students. I am based in the Library and students can see me and can book appointments directly with me. I am also happy to meet with parents and an appointment can be made by emailing me.

Angela Hahn

Virtual Cyber School – No experience necessary!


For Students aged 13-18 years Register online by 1st August 2020  Gain access to over 200 FREE cyber security challenges and learn from industry experts at the Virtual Cyber School – in partnership with HM Government. Whether you’re already a white-hat hacker in training or you’ve never touched a keyboard before, you can join the […]

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New Esports course at West Suffolk College


West Suffolk College has an exciting new course called Managing and Developing Esports.  If you enjoy competitive video gaming and want to learn some of the skills to enable you to progress to higher education or to a job in the world of Esports, then this course could be for you. Esports is a fast […]

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Post-16 Options for Year 11 Students


1. What are the choices? Post-16, students can choose to: apply to study A Levels at a school Sixth Form or Sixth Form College (SFC) apply to study for a Vocational qualification (e.g. BTEC, Level 2 or Level 3 Diploma) at a Further Education (FE) college or SFC where these are offered apply for an […]

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Work experience tips for Y10s


How to find a work experience placement Article from Indigo Magazine, part of Indigo Experience of any kind is an essential part of preparing yourself for the professional world of work. Organising your own experience outside of term time is worth considering. The long summer holidays provide a great opportunity to gain work experience. Securing […]

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Understanding the Teen Brain


It doesn’t matter how smart teens are or how well they scored on the SAT or ACT. Good judgment isn’t something they can excel in, at least not yet. The rational part of a teen’s brain isn’t fully developed and won’t be until age 25 or so. In fact, recent research has found that adult […]

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