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The Parents Guide to National Careers Week

Monday 1st March

Tuesday 2nd March

Wednesday 3rd March

  • My Dream Job
  • Wheel of Strengths 
  • Speakers for Schools Session


    DATE: Wednesday 3rd March
    TIME: 17:00 – 18:00


    Speaker: Jimmy Worrall, Founder and CEO, Leaders in Sport
    Join us for a live Broadcast with James Worrall, Founder and CEO of Leaders in Sport, a London based internationally focused conference, training and intelligence service for industry leaders in sport. Prior to starting Leaders James held various senior roles in sport with ENIC (owners of Vicenza, Basel, AEK Athens, Slavia Prague), Bristol City FC and the Football Association. James will be sharing his experiences with Leaders in Sport and discussing the importance of networking and building relationships.

Thursday 4th March

Wheel of strengths

Identify your strengths by answering some questions:


NCW Hope film

This motivational video was actually made for last year’s NCW but is actually even more relevant this year!  Great to watch ahead of you returning to school next week.

There are many more videos to explore on the NCWTV too.

Year 11s should have been doing Mock Interviews this week but they were cancelled sadly.  Next best thing for a bit of practice ahead of college/apprenticeship interviews is a Virtual job interview.


It’s particularly relevant for Year 11 but anyone can have a go!

Friday 5th March

Today you have some extra special treats.  Firstly, series of inspirational quotes which hopefully will help motivate you, not just for returning to school, but also for your future.  If any really hit the spot, why not print them out and stick them up in your room or design your own poster with the words and decorate it how you want?

click here

Secondly, I have a range of short 2-minute video clips to share with you. Some have been sent by the interviewers who were going to be doing the Mock Interview Workshops with year 11.  The ones I’m particularly pleased with are the ones past pupils have sent me.  They are so inspirational and motivational, please take some time to watch them.  You will probably not know them but they were once where you are!


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