Head of Careers at DGS is Mr George firstname.lastname@example.org
DGS also employs the services of a Careers Adviser, from Adviza, Angela. Angela has an office in the Croft Wellbeing Centre and is in school every Wednesday and some Fridays. Weds Lunchtime Angela runs a Drop-In session
Angela can provide impartial careers information, advice and guidance
Contact Angela via Mob: 07827 947326 or Email: email@example.com
Our full Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance Policy can be found here
Useful Websites You Can Visit
Information on your option choices at 13, 16 & 18 and on over 1000 jobs and careers. Suitable for years 7-13. For log-in details, please contact Mr George.
How to use E-Clips to get Job Ideas
Use the Careers Wizard to get suggestions of which jobs may suit you. Browse the job groups
Search the leaflets relating to more general career areas such as ‘outdoors work’ and ‘work with people’. Search for jobs that relate to your favourite school subjects e.g. maths, languages …
Look at the ‘related leaflets’ section to find out about other jobs that relate to your current job ideas.
Explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers and search for jobs, courses and advice.
Local and national Apprenticeships and Traineeships, including a search facility for finding Apprenticeship opportunities to match your needs
Useful careers information provided by Oxfordshire County Council for young people aged 8-19, including job and apprenticeship vacancies in Oxfordshire.
A really good website for helping you choose the right A’ levels, especially if you plan to go onto University. Download the doc, Pgs 36-47 A’ Levels required for University Courses.
The website for researching university courses, entry requirements, writing personal statements and more. Now also includes information on options after GCSE’s
Provides great guidance on what you can do with specific University courses
Aimed at people of all ages, this website will help you get the advice you need for future skills, careers, and work and life choices. Helpline available too: 0800 100 900, they will call you back if on a mobile.
Many information and careers resources for young people including information about options at key stages, applying to college and university, taking a GAP year, studying abroad, writing a CV and preparing for interviews and finding work or an apprenticeship
Lots of useful information from employers. Find out what skills and qualities employers are looking for, get ideas on how to develop and demonstrate your skills, learn how to impress at interview and more!