Parents & Carers
Careers advice is not just for our students. As Parents/Carers you play a vital role in supporting our young people with their next steps and therefore need to be equipped with the most up to date and relevant careers and *labour market information (LMI). Having this careers knowledge will allow you to help our young people to make tough and challenging decisions about their futures.
Labour Market Information (LMI)
LMI refers to the data we have about jobs and industries that helps us understand the economy. It provides an overview of growth areas in industry and patterns relating to employment, salaries and much much more. LMI information is available at a national, regional and local level.
Our region is home to a huge variety of businesses and organisations, which means young people have a lot of choice when it comes to their career path. So how do you know where to begin? There are certain areas of industry where the North East performs strongly, and which the North East Local Enterprise Partnership believe are likely to grow in the future, based on what we know at the moment.
For more information on LMI:
Click here for the North EAST LMI Summary by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills
Advice and Guidance
We do have an impartial Connexions career advisor in school if you or your child would like more information about careers and possible future pathways – appointments can be made by contacting Angela Towes (email@example.com) or 0191 297 9700.
MHS careers programme 2020-21 - the careers programme overview for all year groups can be accessed via the link on the careers homepage.
As new activities and events are advertised and planned the programme will be updated.
Click on the images to read more about LMI in our region.
LEWIS DE SILVA
Lewis achieved a total of 10 GCSEs including three grade 9s and three grade 8s.
Lewis in now studying A levels in Biology, Physics, Chemistry and French with the intention of pursuing a career in Medicine.
Oonagh achieved A*, A*, A, A in her A levels and was offered a place at Oxford University to study Medicine.
Amy successful completed A levels in Business (A), PE (B) and Maths (C).
Amy decided that university wasn’t the route for her and secured a fantastic apprenticeship with KPMG.
Useful links for careers advice and guidance:
If you have any suggestions or would like to get involved in our careers provision please contact:
Sean Hay (Assistant Headteacher/Careers lead) on 0191 2979700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Useful documents for parents/carers
Work Experience Placement Form
UCAS parent/carer guide
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