Careers and Post 16


At Churchill we view careers guidance as an integral part of our work.  It appears as a discrete subject on all class timetables. The schools careers programme appears as a document to the right of this page and can be accessed by students, parents, teachers and employers. The progress that pupils make as part of our careers programme, is monitored regularly and used to inform further work. 


Our vision is to develop a learning community that broadens horizons and raises aspirations through meaningful and powerful links and contact with local employers and local businesses.  Learners will develop and apply a range of employability skills throughout their time in school and sixth form and develop knowledge and research skills to ensure future pathways are fully informed and allow a clear sense of direction. 


Madaline Day is the school's Careers and Transitions Officer who is in school every Friday and is able to provide advice and support. Mrs Day can be contacted via the following email address: or alternatively a message can be left for her via the school office on 01440 760338


The schools careers leader is Mrs Maria South who can be contacted via the school on 01440 760338 or email


Information here is updated annually.


Please see links below for more information:


Useful Careers Websites
Gov UK Apprenticeship Application Apprenticeship vacancies and information, search and apply
National Careers Service Careers guides and info for students aged 13-18
I Could Lots of videos you can explore by employment sector or life theme A careers site aimed at 11-24 year olds, with useful content in ‘Career Worlds’
Careers Box Free online library of careers related film, news and information
Careers 4 U Videos on lots of different jobs, and students talking about Apprenticeships, university and jobs
The Source The Source can help you find out where to access support in your local community
I Can Be A A local social media style careers website with information about work, careers and training opportunities.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) specific websites
Future Morph Career opportunities from Science and Maths
Tomorrow's Engineers All about a future in engineering
Post 16 Options
UCAS Progress Online national prospectus for further education
Higher Education
UK Course Finder Quiz to choose uni courses
Prospects A good resource for anyone thinking about university, careers you can reach from your subjects and job hunting trends
UCAS Database of all degree courses and entry requirements
Unofficial University Guides Info on universities
Jobs within the NHS
NHS Careers Careers with the NHS
Step Into the NHS Young people focused site with career information on jobs within the NHS
Do It Volunteering opportunities for 16-25 year olds
Community Action Suffolk Volunteering opportunities in Suffolk
National Citizen Service East National Citizenship Service – an exciting opportunity to take on new challenges, gain new skills and experience new things.