We aim not only to provide an outstanding teaching and learning environment, but also to support and guide students to make informed decisions about their future. Our careers programme, embedded across the curriculum, includes a wide range of events and opportunities to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to develop their career path and inspire them to achieve their full potential.
The careers programme is primarily based on career guidance offered in the new PSHE programme, as well as through access to two comprehensive career portals with personalised profiles:
The School arranges a variety of events and activities where students can meet representatives from businesses, education, voluntary organisations and former students for inspiration and guidance in a wide range of career areas. Regular events involving external participants include:
- the careers club
- employer talks
- university visits
- practice interviews for IB students
Careers Fair on Thursday 13th December 2:00-4:30 pm.
We are currently looking for representatives of a wide range of careers who will be available for individual consultations with interested students in the blue gym for 2.5 hours from 2:00 to 4:30 pm. To volunteer for the Careers Fair, please fill in Careers Fair registration form.
No presentation is required as the event will be in a form of a fair. If possible, please bring typical resources used in your job (photos, equipment, samples of work) to display on your table. “Student Ambassadors” will be assigned to each guest speaker to offer assistance.
“Meet the Professional” events
We invite you to lead a brief session at our school about your career path for interested Secondary School students. The meetings will typically take place on Fridays at lunch break (13:30-14:20) in one of the IB classrooms but can be arranged at whatever time suits you, preferably at lunchtime (13:30) or after school (16:00).
To register, please fill in Meet the Professional registration form.
Open days / visits to your company
We are looking for institutions willing to welcome a group of interested students for a tour around the workplace and a meeting with the employees.
Further details are in Career visit form.
To begin cooperation between your company and The British School in the form of supervised work experience for selected students, please email Miss Diana Szyperska at firstname.lastname@example.org