Careers & Work Related Learning


Throughout Years 7 to 11, students' studies cover the themes of careers education and guidance, citizenship, economic and industrial understanding, environmental education, health education and the use of technology.  These are taught through the subjects that each child studies, the PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) lessons, the active tutorial lessons and special events such as guest speakers, Activities Week and Work Experience.  We firmly believe in the value of work experience and all Year 10 students do a week's work experience at the end of Year 10.

We recognise the importance of preparing students properly for their working life and as well as an in-house dedicated Careers coordinator, we also use an independent, qualified Careers Advisory company who work with students in each year group. Please see copies of their recent newsletters at the bottom of this page. Students have individual careers advice in Year 10 and Year 11 with a focus on careers choices and post-16 applications, and Key Stage 3 students also have small group sessions.

We have a school ethos in which 97% of our Year 11 students continue into further education, with the rest taking on a modern apprenticeship or employment with training.

We work closely with our main Sixth Form provider, Godalming College, to support the further education application and transition process through the curriculum. All of our students are guaranteed a place at the outstanding Godalming College, on a suitable course, when they leave Woolmer Hill.

Year 10 Work Experience

Our current Work Experience programme ensures that all Year 10 students complete a week of work experience in the Summer term. Placements take place at a wide variety of local, and not so local businesses, and give students the experience of life in the work place. Please click here to view a presentation given to Year 10 parents in November. A copy of the Work Experience form for Year 10 can be found by clicking here

Our Work Experience Coordinator for 2023/24 is Mr O Chippendale

The National Careers website has a number of useful guides and tools that are also very good and we would also suggest looking at How2Become a company who provide lots of careers resources especially focused on helping individual secure that dream job. 

Please click here to view the presentation from the Year 11 Future Opportunities Event held in September.

Our Careers Lead is Mrs N Worsell.

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