Linking Curriculum to Careers

Welcome to Linking Curriculum to Careers page, where you will find lots of useful links, resources and downloads to help you research subjects and how they link to career aspirations.

This page is helpful to post 14 and post 16 students to look at their subject choices for further education.

Please click on the subjects below to explore how the subjects related and link to careers.

Art & Design

Biology

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Biology

Business

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Business

Chemistry

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Chemistry

Computer Studies

Design & Technology

Drama

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Drama
  • Please watch these videos, it is also a really good idea to research a variety of options, ensuring you know what careers are available.
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Economics

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Ecomonics

Engineering

This is Engineering Whatever your background, engineering can help you be the difference in the world. From movie makers to robot builders, classroom learners to globetrotters, a range of professionals reveal why they chose engineering & how they followed their passions into a rewarding career.

Click here for THIS IS ENGINEERING >>>

Tomorrows Engineers  - Interested in science/engineering, this website provides lots of information about a range of careers in engineering. The link will take you to a video gallery, where a host of engineers share their career journeys and the vital work they carry out.

Click here for TOMORROWS ENGINEERS >>>

Success at School spotlight on careers in Engineering

Click here for ENGINEERING CAREERS >>>

Click here for related worksheet on Engineering careers ENGINEERING WORKSHEET >>>

English

Geography

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Geography

History

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in History

Languages

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Languages

Maths

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Maths

P.E. / Sports

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in P.E.

Physics

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Physics

Psychology

Sociology

  • Success at School spotlight on careers in Sociology
 

Linking Curriculum to Careers Resources

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Please explore all the useful links 

Anthropology is the scientific study of humanity, concerned with human behavior, human biology, and societies, in both the present and past, including past human species. ... Biological or physical anthropology studies the biological development of humans.

 

Fieldschools for everyone, huge flexibility and the choice between Joint Honours, a broad degree integrating social, evolutionary and medical anthropology.

Click here >> What is Anthropology and what's it like at Durham?

Apprenticeships - Official Goverment website to research to find out what it’s like to be an apprentice, the opportunities, benefits and just how far an apprenticeship can take you in the future and progression and benefits of doing a higher or degree apprenticeship.

Click here for APPRENTICESHIPS >>>

Amazing Apprenticeships - Explore our range of inspirational and informative resources, helping to explain apprenticeships whether you’re a parent, teacher or thinking of becoming an apprentice yourself.

Click here for AMAZING APPRETICESHIPS >>>

Best of Both Worlds Apprenticeship - Look at all current apprenticeships and information about employers and apprenticeships in your area.

Click here for Best of Both Worlds Apprenticeship >>>

Starting Off - Recruitment team that will support and guide you through finding latest apprenticeships in your area.

Click here for Starting Off >>>

CAREERMAP - What is an advanced apprenticeship?

An advanced apprenticeship gives the learner an excellent opportunity to be in full-time employment while also studying towards a nationally recognised qualification, with a training provider or at a college. You might be expected to go to the college or a trainer might come to your place of work. Sometimes training is also done virtually, this is becoming even more popular due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Click here for CAREERMAP >>>

 

Free to listen stories for all years and in multiple languages.

Click Here for Audible >>>

The Brilliant Club - You will find a variety of resources from The Brilliant Club’s programmes, designed to support pupils from ages 10 through to 18.

Click here for THE BRILLIANT CLUB >>>

Career  information and tools for 11-19 year olds, all in one place to help keep your planning on track

Click here for CAREER PILOT >>>

We’re here to provide you with live opportunities for your dream career. You could work for some of the UK’s biggest and best organisations starting now. Explore our Apprenticeship and Graduate vacancies to find the right one for you.

Click here for CAREERMAP >>>

If you are not sure what you want to do, have a look at Careermag for inspiration and explore the site to find out more about all sorts of jobs and careers of the future

Click here for CAREERMAG >>>

What is an advanced apprenticeship?

An advanced apprenticeship gives the learner an excellent opportunity to be in full-time employment while also studying towards a nationally recognised qualification, with a training provider or at a college. You might be expected to go to the college or a trainer might come to your place of work. Sometimes training is also done virtually, this is becoming even more popular due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Click here for CAREERMAP >>>

Information:

Presentations:

Trade/Branch information:

Fitness:  - Fit For Action Booklet.

Basic Training:  - BRTC  

For further information contact details:- Afcoleicester-raf-groupmailbox@mod.uk

A virtual cyber school has been created to allow students at home to gain access to over 200 free cyber security challenges and learn from industry experts. Please sign up this is a great opportunity to add to your CV and will broaden your understanding of the skills required for careers in this area

Click here for CYBER SCHOOL >>>

This is Engineering Whatever your background, engineering can help you be the difference in the world. From movie makers to robot builders, classroom learners to globetrotters, a range of professionals reveal why they chose engineering & how they followed their passions into a rewarding career.

Click here for THIS IS ENGINEERING >>>

Tomorrows Engineers  - Interested in science/engineering, this website provides lots of information about a range of careers in engineering. The link will take you to a video gallery, where a host of engineers share their career journeys and the vital work they carry out.

Click here for TOMORROWS ENGINEERS >>>

Linking Curriculm to Engineering - Success at School spotlight on careers in Engineering

Click here for ENGINEERING CAREERS >>>

Click here for related worksheet on Engineering careers ENGINEERING WORKSHEET >>>

Career ideas and information, please take a closer look at selected subjects and issues, with a selection of videos, guides and advice. It also shows how to use labour market information (LMI) to help make career decisions.

Click Here for  ICOULD >>>

Moulton College 

Look at the post 16 subjects and courses that are available at Moulton College explore your options.

Click here for MOULTON COLLEGE >>>

Click here for  MOULTON COLLEGE OPEN DAY RECORDING >>>

Virtual Open Day

A further opportunity to learn more about the post 16 courses on offer from Moulton College.  Video presentations recorded by tutors provide insights into a range of subjects and virtual campus tours are also available. 

Click here for Moulton College VIRTUAL OPEN DAY >>>

Click here to go on official Moulton College FACEBOOK >>>

 

Website listing job descriptions for arts based careers.

Clich here for SCREENSKILL >>>

Success at Schools

Success at School is the place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice.

Click here for SUCCESS AT SCHOOL >>>

Explore our Career Zones to find out all about the different jobs you can do, what to study and how to get there.

Industry Spotlight - How to become

Industry Spotlight: Transport & Logistics - Rail

Industry Spotlight: Accountancy, Banking and Finance - Careers

Industry Spotlight : Engineering - Careers

These are the most important skills you'll need in the future - what are the necessary skills for the future? In this post we look at some of the abilities and qualities that you’ll need to future proof yourself for the next revolution.

 

Please research most up to date information to help school leavers make decisions about their future. Explore options for careers, university or apprenticeships and get help applying successfully.

Click here for TARGET CAREERS >>>

The Careers & Enterprise Company - Celebrating our work heros

Priority focus was to help pupils in making and preparing for transition choices, especially Years 11-13.

In response, they developed career talks connecting young people with stories from slightly older peers who have recently made that transition into the workplace from education.  

They came to you from a diverse range of voices - apprentices, trainees and graduates from different backgrounds and ways of life, reflecting the variety of young people supported in their career paths.

Please see the playlist and watch some of the videos

Click here for WORK IT >>>

WorldSkills UK raises standards in apprenticeships and technical education so more young people get the best start in work and life.

Click here for WORLD SKILLS UK >>>

Youth Employment UK is the leading youth organisation dedicated to tackling youth unemployment in the UK. We bring together young people, employers and policy in an innovative way that creates real impact.

Click here for YOUTH EMPLOYMENT UK >>>

School Sport Partnership

 

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