YOUR CAREERS STAFF:
Mrs a Johnson - Careers leader Y7-Y13
Mrs R mellors - INDEPENDENT Careers Adviser, Sheffield Futures
Mrs J Norburn - Careers Admin
High Storrs School provides students in Years 7 to 13 with Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG). Our careers programme aims to support students to develop their academic, social and employability skills needed for lifelong success in a diverse and changing world of work.
Download the document below to read our full Entitlement Statement.
POST 16 CAREERS GUIDANCE & SHEFFIELD PROGRESS
Y11 students are invited to attend a Careers Interview between September and January.
Sheffield Progress is an online application system which is now being used by all Y11 students and is available to accept applications from November 2019.
You can find more information about both of these topics in the document below.
POST-18 CAREERS GUIDANCE
Please see the Sixth Form section of the website for more information about Post-18 Careers Guidance.
THE GATSBY BENCHMARKS
High Storrs is fully embracing the eight new Gatsby Benchmarks for Careers EducationYou can find out what they are and how High Storrs School embraces them by downloading the document below.
The school is currently undertaking an audit of Careers Education and Guidance to see how we can build on current good practice and make improvements.
PROVIDER ACCESS STATEMENT
Careers Guidance and Access for Education and Training Providers
Read our provider access statement below
In School: Mrs Johnson, Mrs Mellors are available to support students as required. There is also a lunchtime clinic in the Careers Office (AU4) on Mondays and Tuesdays with Mrs Mellors.
Sheffield Futures: Confidential 1:1 appointment (telephone 01142012800) at Star House, 43 Division Street, Sheffield, S1 4GE.
Careers Helpline: A National 24-hour confidential helpline is now in operation. The local information line is 0800 652 9900.
Please also see the Useful Documents & Links tab.