As a school we are committed to supporting our students in reaching their full potential and ensuring they have all the information, advice and guidance in order to be able to do so. Students make better decisions when they understand the options available for making informed choices about their future learning and career pathways.
As part of our careers and work related curriculum students will be given the opportunity to attend a variety of careers and employability based informational events through their subject teachers.
Year 11 students are invited to attend an independent interview in school with a Careers Adviser from the Careers, Employability and Participation team at Hampshire Futures. The careers interview can be an excellent opportunity for not only your son/daughter to learn about the main providers of post-16 opportunities, but also for parents to enhance their understanding of what is available to their son/daughter after they leave The Hamble School. Therefore, parents are very welcome to attend their son/daughter’s careers interview. Please be aware, however, that these take place throughout the school day and we may not be able to guarantee a requested time.
If you or your son/daughter have an queries regarding careers education and advise, please contact Mrs J Morgan, Assistant Headteacher
Check your website at www3.hants.gov.uk/yourfuture.htm for information on everything from your learning to your health.
Career comp@nion is a resources purchased by Hampshire Futures for use by Hampshire Students.
Career Comp@nion online
Career Comp@nion online is a Careers, Learning and Support Information website. The site is maintained and updated by a team of professional working in career guidance, education and information: www.careercompanion.co.uk username and password are the same – mycareers
There is a wide range of academic and vocational courses available at your local 6th forms and colleges. You can visit their website for more information on courses or check the prospectus. It is useful to visit on an open evening and make sure you apply in time.
Other sites to visit : http://unistats.direct.gov.uk and https://www.gov.uk/browse/education/student-finance
Interested in earning and learning at the same time? The an apprenticeship might be for you. You can study for your qualifications, get hands on experiences and earn a salary. For more information speak to your Personal Adviser or go to www.apprenticeships.org.uk
A range of Foundation Learning courses are available in local colleges and training providers. These course are designed to support you in your learning and may lead on to vocational courses to prepare you for employment.
Discretionary Fund (Hardship)
When you apply to college or 6th form you may need some support with costs such as transport and equipment for you course. Your college will have a hardship fund and you may be able to apply for one off support. Speak to your college for forms to apply in the September you start.
You can get involved with a wide range of interesting voluntary work which can help with your confidence, CV and future job applications. Visit www.do-it.org.uk or opportunities