Welcome to our Careers and Progression Resource Centre
This webpage outlines our careers programme. We encourage students, parents, teachers and employers to engage in this programme and welcome enquiries if further information is required. Preparing young people for a fulfilling and rewarding life after finishing full-time education is at the heart of everything we do. Whilst our students are at Stubbin Wood School, we provide them with a range of activities and opportunities including:
Our Careers Team is on hand to help you to help your child make informed choices to help them to make a confident step forward when they leave our school.
College Open Days
College Open Days: The following colleges have shared their open day dates and are now operating on a 'contact them directly' basis. For further information, please click on the college name
Applying for apprenticeships, internships and college placements
If you missed this event, you can view the presentation by clicking here.
The Local Offer
The Local Offer is a website managed by Derbyshire County Council that contains a collection of local services and support to ensure that children and young people with SEND and their parents are supported and well informed. The site includes everything from careers, managing money and understanding SEND to independent living. Click here to access the Local Offer for Derbyshire.
Get Ahead is a magazine designed for and by young people to provide the tools and information they need to get the job, training and education they deserve.
Click on the poster to find out about how you can get involved with the Disability Rights UK's campaign for the voice of young people.
Click on the link here to take you to the Disability Rights UK website.
Key Careers Contacts:
For all careers enquiries, please e-mail or telephone 01623 742795.
|Vice Principal (and Key Stage 5 Lead)||Mark Chapple|
|Assistant Principal (and Key Stage 4 Lead)||Sarah Mason|
|Class Teacher (and Careers & Progression Lead)||Carie-Ann Wiltshire|
|Governor for Careers and Guidance||Pauline Chapman|