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12/12/19

The String Ensemble now take the stage for Vivaldi’s Spring https://t.co/z5UrNQJ0Qh

12/12/19

3rd up is a beautifully sensitive rendition of our Abbey Road heroes - The Beatles’ 1968 ‘Blackbird’ by the Guitar Ensemble | https://t.co/WhZMw8AHYz

12/12/19

Winter Showcase begins in dramatic form with The Drumming Club https://t.co/hsLxO9YptZ

12/12/19

Thanks to Miss Gibson and team for ensuring nearly 600 students and staff took part in today’s mock election. Will our votes reflect the views of the country? https://t.co/cRtWAaOenu

11/12/19

Retweetd From Soarpoints

Too big for your boots? ... uplifting & inspired in these dark days to see return to his first school in to extol the virtues | hard work - reading - scholarship | https://t.co/SFP19DCv68

11/12/19

excellence in sport is brought about through determination and discipline. Another victory for basketball team in https://t.co/GOC0ZuMfUo

11/12/19

Retweetd From HASJW Bball Academy

Congrats to Sixth Form Team winning today 71-47 against West Thames College which brings our record to 7 wins 3 losses. Next week Wednesday we are away to Three Rivers Academy https://t.co/hBoA2lpULz

10/12/19

Sporting Success in for Year 7 school students at as they win for first time against UCL https://t.co/2BLVM6yDss

10/12/19

Retweetd From HASJW Bball Academy

Congrats to Year 7 boys basketball team playing in their 1st game against UCL Academy. It was a great team performance winning 29-22. MVP award goes to Max scoring 16points which is impressive for a year 7 game. https://t.co/tKiTQ0TEDP

10/12/19

Retweetd From Harris Academy St John’s Wood

Year 11 students completing a Philosphy workshop as part of at HASJW today! Deep discussions including “how big is a thought”, and “what’s the meaning of life?” https://t.co/IsXxtQGHya

10/12/19

Retweetd From Penguin Books UK

Yesterday went to Harris Academy to host the latest about finding your voice, featuring , , Derek Owusu, and a special appearance from himself. Stay tuned for the full video next week... https://t.co/2MxPwE1SHb

10/12/19

Retweetd From Graeme Smith

Really good to meet student voice representatives at . Lots to share and reflect on with all staff. Fantastic students expressing themselves with maturity and collegiality. https://t.co/6ni24VCCeC

09/12/19

Year 11 students completing a Philosphy workshop as part of at HASJW today! Deep discussions including “how big is a thought”, and “what’s the meaning of life?” https://t.co/IsXxtQGHya

07/12/19

What career will you son or daughter enjoy and be respected in? https://t.co/Cp1dSsRprs

04/12/19

Thank you so much Deborah. and so much thanks also for for liason. Our children learned so much and had such a buzz as a result.

04/12/19

Retweetd From rayaan🧸🧚🏾‍♀️

Thank you for coming!! It was a lot of fun!!

04/12/19

Retweetd From Deborah Bull

Really enjoyed visiting for - and being interviewed by the brilliant Rayan and Ryan. https://t.co/s5Yh1zhbXf

03/12/19

Retweetd From OECD Education

HRH Princess Laurentien is discussing a different education for a better world with youth at the • What do they want to learn? • How do those desires relate to their employment and life goals? Watch live: https://t.co/mo5gxk5fyJ https://t.co/XH5p1rs0Tx

03/12/19

Year 11 student Kisha at school speaking with Princess Laurentien of how “luck” or lack of it is the cause of so much inequality in education - where we are born affects how much opportunity we have: her job is to challenge this. https://t.co/dnZCYC9soa

03/12/19

Who did you want to be? How do children know what job they want to do or what career to have? What role model inspires them? https://t.co/oTpGbsZj5E https://t.co/3sGkZAPfww

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Careers Advice

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) & Work Related Learning (WRL)

At Harris Academy St John's Wood we understand that all young students need to prepare themselves for progression through learning and education into adulthood. We will prepare students for life after school along with progression routes Post 16 Further Education to 6th Form or College & Post 18 Higher Education to University, Apprenticeships or the world of work. There are many opportunities and experiences they will gain in the process into the world of work. Life skills, skills for life.

Harris Academy St John's Wood is committed to providing a planned programme of activities, Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) for all students’ years 7-18, regardless of students’ culture and ethnicity, background or ability. All students will benefit from the planned events and activities to help them make informed decisions in preparation for life, work and as responsible adults, making a valuable contribution to society and their communities.

These activities and events will be unbiased, impartial and based on the individual needs of each student. We will aim to provide a varied programme that meets individuals’ needs working in partnership with our Federation Careers Advisor, parents, carers and teachers. Harris Academy St John's Wood will consult with students and involve them in the planning, implementation and monitoring of the programme.

Through the Curriculum at Harris Academy St John's Wood the CEIAG & WRL programme is provided and delivered to specific year groups through a number of different methods: in Enterprise & Business to all years, through assemblies, Tutor Time activities, themed Innovation Days, 1-1 interviews with SEND/EAL students, KUDOS a web based careers programme and working with employers through work shops. Students will also be advised and encouraged to undertake an element of independent research into all aspects of “Looking Ahead”.

For any queries about our careers education, please contact Adam Snell, Assistant Principal with oversight of Careers Education

Telephone: 0207 7228141; Email: adam.snell@harrisstjohnswood.org.uk