Parents and Carers Information
At Trinity Academy Bradford we believe that careers education helps our students develop the knowledge and skills they need to make successful choices, manage transitions in learning and move into work. Through guidance our students are able to make the decisions about learning and work that are right for them.
Careers education forms an integral part of our taught and co-curricular offer to students. Careers is delivered via the life curriculum, tutorial programme and bespoke events, school visits and assemblies.
We encourage parental involvement at all stages of the careers curriculum. Parents and carers who have any careers related questions are encouraged to contact email@example.com for further guidance. The careers information on the school’s website is designed to be informative and accessible to both students and their parents.
The resources below were specifically designed to help parents and carers further support their child’s careers education.
This myth-busting guide will support you to understand different types of qualifications and how they can lead into a multitude of career routes.
Find out which sectors and roles are growth areas within the Leeds City Region and the type of roles that are likely to be available to young people in the coming years. This can help you and your child when thinking about what the future might hold to support career decision making.
Thinking Outside the Box
Learn about the difference between industry sectors and job roles and how to look beyond the obvious when considering employment opportunities.
Future Goals Skills
Whether it’s basic soft skills or technical hard skills, we are all good at something but figuring out what these are and communicating them isn’t always easy. Use this resource to identify key skills in demand by employers and how your child may already be developing some of these.
Amazing Apprenticeships produce a monthly apprenticeship information pack for parents and carers. They aim to address common misconceptions and promote the benefits of apprenticeships. Find out more!
Study Options at 16 and 18
These guides provide parents with the information they need to help their teenage children make the right choices after GCSE and sixth form study. The guides are designed to inform, involve and guide parental support and includes the most up-to-date information on topics such as apprenticeships, universities and revision techniques.
The Parental Guidance website aims to provide helpful information to parents and carers, regarding the best way to advise the young people in their care.
You will also find lots of useful websites on our Useful Links page.