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Upcoming Careers Events

John leggott college - Careers and Progression Event - Wednesday 1st April 2020 15:00 - 18:30 

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National Apprenticeship Week Assemblies - Presented by Hitachi Rail 

Hungerhill School are pleased to be participating in National Apprenticeship Week which is an annual week-long celebration of apprenticeships across England and is a time to recognise and applaud apprenticeship success stories across the country.
Hitachi Rail will be coming into school to give information about this pathway that will be open to them when they leave Hungerhill.

 

Wednesday 5th February 2020 Year 9

Thursday 6th February 2020 Year 10

Friday 7th February 2020 Year 11 (Presented by Mrs Monk, Head of Careers)

Monday 3rd February 2020 Year 8

Doncaster Business Showcase Evening Events - February 2020 

Hungerhill School Careers Department are pleased to inform students, parents and carers that we are participating in DONCASTER CAREERS WEEK, week commencing 10th February 2020.

What's Doncaster Careers Week all about?

At a time of high youth unemployment there has never been a bigger need for careers guidance to be promoted and celebrated in education. Doncaster Careers Week is dedicated to advising and inspiring our next generation as they enter the world of work.

What?

Doncaster Careers Week is dedicated to providing careers information, advice and guidance (CIAG) whilst highlighting the multitude of career pathways that exist within Doncaster and the surrounding areas. Throughout the course of the week, students, their support network and teaching staff will come together with businesses to better understand the local labour market and get a better insight into employability and career prospects.

Why?

Our aim is to help raise young people's awareness and aspirations to pursue fulfilling careers, and to highlight the different career pathways available across the borough by sharing case studies, providing meaningful employer encounters and celebrating success. Having the 4th fastest growing economy in the UK and a population larger than Newcastle, we aim to inspire the next generation as they enter the world of work.

How?

By connecting education providers with volunteers from local businesses, we can raise the aspirations and career awareness of Doncaster's young people to broaden their horizons and plant the seeds of ambition. Throughout the week, we'll be hosting a range of activities to get young people, parents and members of the wider community engaged. You can expect:

  • Labour marketing information (LMI)
  • Doncaster alumni videos
  • Live careers broadcasts
  • Business showcase evenings
  • Opportunities Doncaster LIVE trip for some year 8 students.

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Careers Event - Year 7 – Friday 13th December 2019 - Teentech City of Tomorrow  

 
 

On Friday 13th December, all of our year 7 students will be involved in a full day Careers Event ran by Teentech. Teentech help students to understand the wide range of career opportunities available within the science, technology and engineering industries, raising inspirations and also promoting good citizenship and inspiring tomorrow’s Innovators. Students will create their ‘City of Tomorrow’ where no ideas are too big and everything is smarter, kinder and safer than before.

 

To help your child with their project, we are asking for students to collect recyclable materials to be fetched into school week commencing 9th December,  cardboard, plastic (but no glass) i.e. Cereal boxes, egg boxes, straws, lolly sticks etc.     

Carrers Event - Year 11 - Monday 9th December – HEPP, A partnership of Sheffield Hallam University and The University of Sheffield 

HEPP will be attending our Year 11 Mock Results Evening. HEPP specialise in helping people, including parents to find out about higher education

and will be giving a presentation about student finance. They will also be available at the end of the evening to discuss questions you may have about other aspects of university life.

Careers Event – Year 11 – Mock Interviews – Tuesday 10th December 2019 

All year 11 students will be given the chance to practise their interview skills with help from a host of volunteers who are local employers, entrepreneurs and small business owners. Students will take part in an interview with a volunteer from local industry who will then give feedback to the student on their technique and answers, helping them to make progress for future interviews.

Careers Event – Year 9 – Mock Interviews –  Tuesday 24th March 2020 

All year 9 students will be given the chance to practise their interview skills with help from a host of volunteers who are local employers, entrepreneurs and small business owners. Students will take part in an interview with a volunteer from local industry who will then give feedback to the student on their technique and answers, helping them to make progress for future interviews.

Careers Event – Year 9 – My Perfect University – Thursday 19th March 2020 

All year 9 students will be taking part in a full day careers event, My Perfect University. The aim of this careers event is to inform our students about their options when they leave school and to consider higher education in all forms, from vocational colleges, higher apprenticeships and university. The event will dispel any myths about university and explain about the wider skills acquired through Higher education. This is a fun and engaging day which involves teamwork, communication and leadership.

Careers Event – Year 8 – The National Enterprise Challenge 

All year 8 students will participate in a full day careers event, The National Enterprise Challenge.  Working in mixed ability teams, students will work together on fun and engaging  ‘real life’ business challenges. This will help them to develop key skills that are valued in the workplace.