Norwood School are very proud to have been awarded the Quality in Careers Standard Stage 3. This is recognition that we provide a high standard of careers education, information, advice and guidance provision.
Joanne Smith, from CSW commented – ‘You have clearly achieved so much recently and, not only is it a pleasure to see your efforts rewarded with successful completion of Stage 3, but also to know that external assessors leave with such a positive impression of the school in its entirety.’
Tina Beard, our assessor, said, ‘I admire how much you and the entire team do and manage to squeeze into each and every week! I was very impressed by all I saw and heard at The Norwood School.’
Please see the full report below, that highlights our many strengths but also the areas that we are keen to improve upon to make the provision even better for every single Norwood student.
Please see our Careers Strategy and Policy below.
We are fortunate to have Alix Boyle, our Independent Careers Advisor, in school each week. She is based in S17 on the top corridor. Students are issued with an appointment card on the day of their scheduled meeting to excuse them out of class. As well as group workshops, assemblies and small group meetings, all students in Yr 10, 11 and Sixth Form will receive a one to one interview at some point throughout the year. If you feel that you would like to see Alix again for a follow up meeting or are simply seeking more advice, then please make an appointment to see her through your head of year or Miss Nicholas.
Year 7 Mr Oxford firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 8 Mr Waro email@example.com
Year 9 Ms Knight firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 10 Ms Dennis email@example.com
Year 11 Ms Galdames firstname.lastname@example.org
Sixth Form Mr Cox email@example.com
Ms Nicholas Senior Deputy firstname.lastname@example.org
If parents wish to speak to Alix with their children, then please make sure you find the time to meet her at Parents Evening.
Forthcoming Events and Useful Links
London Youth is a network of diverse community youth organisations serving young people of all backgrounds right across the capital.
Visit their website at http://londonyouth.org/
Their mission is to support and challenge young people to become the best they can be.
Their vision is that all young Londoners grow up healthy, able to navigate a fulfilling career and make a positive contribution in their communities.
They support them to develop the confidence, resilience and relationship skills they need to do this, delivering with and through their network of community youth organisations and at two residential centres.
They work with all young people but place a particular emphasis on those who wouldn’t otherwise have access to the kind of opportunities we offer.
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