Careers Guidance at Wright Robinson College
At Wright Robinson we support students to realise their potential. We recognise that an effective Career Education and Guidance programme is vital to raising the aspirations of students and enabling them to make realistic and informed choices about their future employment options.
The Government’s new Careers Strategy published in 2017 set out the plan for building a high quality careers system that will help young people to succeed. The Gatsby Benchmarks define all the elements of an excellent careers program. We are working towards achieving all 8 Gatsby Benchmarks by 2020.
Careers Lead: Christine Pugh
(Level 6 Qualified Career Guidance and Development)
Telephone: 0161 370 5121
Our published Careers information will next be reviewed in September 2021.
We have close links with many external partners in Greater Manchester including:
Enterprise Adviser – Nafisa Hakim ( Greater Manchester Combined Authority)
Employer Partner WSP – Key Contact Sandra Robinson
GM Higher – Key Contact Sheri Lawal
Manchester CEIAG Team Work and Skills
If you would like to work with our school please refer to our Provider Access Policy or contact our Careers Lead, Christine Pugh.
We measure and assess the impact of our careers program by utilising:
- Destination data
- Employer feedback
- Work experience evaluation
- External accreditation – IAG award, Compass Tool, Gatsby Benchmarks
- Student Council
- 1 to 1 Guidance Survey with Year 11 students
Tuesday 1st September 2020 is an Inset Day – Staff only
Wednesday 2nd September 2020 – Years 7 & 11 only
Thursday 3rd September 2020 – Years 7, 8 10 & 11 only
Friday 4th September – All Year Groups
Important information for parents/carers of Year 6 pupils starting in September
A letter confirming all of the arrangements for your child’s first day at Wright Robinson College will be posted out to you w/c 17th August.