“You’re given loads of advice about finding a job or an apprenticeship.”
“I was impressed with the University Information evening and the help given throughout the UCAS application process. Students are supported every step of the way”
“Very supportive, whilst at the same time allowing and encouraging my son to mature into a responsible adult”
Life After School
Thomas Adams School is dedicated to ensuring that all students reach their full potential. We appreciate that children begin at our school at different starting points and will each have individual needs. It is our goal to provide a supportive environment where students are challenged in their education and receive the necessary information, advice and guidance that will raise their aspirations and empower lifelong learning.
This page will provide a portal for key information on a range of career-based opportunities and aspirational experiences designed to inspire your child to reach their full potential and broaden their horizons.
- Work Experience information
- Further and Higher Education Opportunities
- Aspirational Experiences
- Apprenticeship and Work Based Opportunities
- Information, Advice and Guidance on key transition points (Options, College, University)
Please find all the key documents you may need in regard to Life After School in the link below which have been made available for you to download. Should you have any further queries please contact us: Phone: 01939 237000, email: email@example.com
Career Opportunity – Atos Apprenticeships
Atos, a global IT services organisation, have a number of opportunities for school leavers at their local office in Crewe that may be of interest to you. They are currently accepting applications for their Software Development level 3 and Infrastructure Technology level 3 apprenticeship programmes.
To summarise briefly, their Apprenticeship programme is a permanent opportunity, combining employment and a structured training programme, leading to industry recognised qualifications.
The minimum academic requirement for all programmes is 5 GCSEs or equivalent at grades 4-9 including Maths and English (7 GCSEs for Software Development).
Informed Choices for Year 10 students – What you study at sixth form or college can affect your options at university and your future career. Use informed Choices to help you understand which subjects open up different degrees, particularly at Russell Group universities.