Our Careers Advisor, Lisa Hutchinson, remains committed to helping you to making your aspirations and career choices a reality, even though she cannot meet you in the normal way during the Coronavirus crisis.
You can email Lisa at [email protected] and she will do her best to help you.
Lisa recommends the following websites as great resources for you to use:
All About School Leavers
Our mission is clear: we help school leavers get jobs and understand the career paths available to them.
Use the tags to browse careers advice for school-leavers and graduates.
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Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.
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Input Youth Job Guides
TES Growing Ambitions
All About Careers
National Careers Service Job Profiles
Prospects Job Sectors
School Leaver Programmes (Connexions Hertfordshire)
We passionately believe that all students can be successful if they show real effort and determination to do their best. Aspiration is one of our core principles and this includes having high expectations of our students academically. Good examination results will prepare students to move on to further and higher education, including university and a successful career.
Academy Designated Careers Lead
Vice Principal – Ethos and Culture, Ms Sarah Murdoch
Academy Careers Advisor
Careers advice is provided for students by Lisa Hutchinson BA (Hons) DipCG PG Counselling & Psychotherapy, a Careers Adviser from Our Futures who work in high schools across Manchester to help inspire and prepare young people for their futures.
Lisa works at Manchester Health Academy on Mondays, Tuesday and Wednesdays in term time. She is based in our new dedicated Careers Room, situated on Sykes floor, opposite the Welfare Office. There are drop-in sessions at break, lunch and after school on these days. Lisa spends up to an hour with each student in Years 10 and 11 (and Year 8 if required) to help them examine their own skills, ambitions and interests and work towards making a career plan.
The Academy actively builds partnerships to support our Careers Education, Advice and Guidance for our students. Current partners include:
The Academy has an exciting careers talk programme where students can hear from various professionals about their careers, job roles and career paths, Aspire to Be.
Please contact Lisa Hutchinson or Mr Trainor for further information.
The Academy fully engages in National Careers Week each year.