At Cadbury Sixth Form College we recognise that students are here to gain qualifications that will ultimately lead them on to bigger and better things beyond their time with us. As a college we are committed to providing all our students with tailored individual support and guidance to help our young learners realise their aspirations for the future.
Students at Cadbury Sixth Form College can drop in to speak to a Careers Adviser in the Student Hub or email to book an appointment
Monday 9:00 – 16:30 Hannah Yates
Tuesday 9:00 – 16:30 Andrew Farthing
Wednesday 9:00 – 16:30 Hannah Yates
Thursday 9:00 – 16:30 Hannah Yates
Friday 9:00 – 15:00 Hannah Yates
Careers Team: [email protected]
Hannah Yates: [email protected]
Andrew Farthing: [email protected]
Careers Information for Learners
Further careers Information can be found on the Careers Page on the Careers App and Student SharePoint Hub App which can be accessed through the Student Portal.
Working in close liaison with our team of Personal Tutors, our professionally qualified Careers Advisers can provide expert advice and guidance on everything from understanding routes beyond college, looking for apprenticeships and jobs, and applying to university.
Students receive individualised support to develop their own unique pathway beyond Cadbury. This is conducted through a combination of group tutorials, internal and external events and specific one to one meetings. Cadbury learners participate in a range of events throughout the year including Higher Education & Career/Employer Fairs, university talks and visits and one to one specialist advice & guidance meetings.
Click on the links below for a copy of the latest Careers Policy and Careers Programme:
Information for Parents and Carers:
Careers Information and Advice
University Information and Advice
Labour Market Information
My Way into the World of Work – Labour Market Information guide for teachers, young people and parents/carers
All Cadbury Sixth Form College learners are entitled to careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) which meets professional standards of practice and which is person-centred, impartial and confidential. It will be integrated into learners’ experience of the whole curriculum and be based on a partnership with learners, and where applicable, with their parents and carers. Students are entitled to access personal guidance from appropriately qualified (Level 6) Careers Advisers. The Careers Programme will raise aspirations, challenge stereotyping and promote equality and diversity.
Information for Teachers and College Support Staff
Information can be found on the Careers Team Tutor Resources page on the Staff Sharepoint.