Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance

Mrs A Qureshi
Work Related learning Coordinator

Levenshulme High School works hard to ensure that all our students have the opportunity to make informed decisions about their future.

Levenshulme High School has achieved the national Quality in Careers Standard for its careers education, information, advice and guidance provision. This is awarded by Inspiring IAG which is a Licensed Awarding Body for the national standard.


Students are supported and guided with applying for Colleges/Sixth Forms by their Tutors, Career Advisors and Work Related Learning Coordinator. Over the course of the year the students will be making some big decisions about their future.

We are orow using ‘OUR FUTURES’ for careers advice within our school. During the year the students will take part in a one to one career guidance interview in school with their Career Advisor Suzanne Acton. Our WRL Coordinator is Mrs Qureshi.

A Careers fair is held as part of our extensive CEIAG programme where students are able to talk to local colleges, training and apprenticeship providers so they can consider clearly their future options. The programme includes school visits, career talks with colleges, apprenticeship and training providers, employers and professionals, exhibitions, workshops and inspirational speakers.

Our career advisor Suzanne Acton is available on Wednesdays and Thursdays in school. Mrs Qureshi is available for consultation on 1st floor Crossley. There is also a drop in during morning break and lunch if the students have any quick questions about careers or education. To help you to prepare for your interview the following websites are useful: National Careers Service and

PLOTRYoung people are now expected to stay in education or training up until the age of 18. Please open the following link for some useful information and guidance regarding the training and educational choices available post 16.

If you want more information please contact

Mrs A Qureshi (Work Related learning Coordinator)

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Please see below for a current map of CEIAG events and key dates for the current academic year.You can find our CEIAG case study of Levenshulme High on Career Point website 



General and Regional Overview :

National Careers Service

MIDAS Invest in Manchester

LMI on Creative Industries :

Creative Skill Set

Work in Broadcast

LMI on Health :

NHS Careers

Council of Health Care Science

LMI on Science and Engineering :

Future Morph

Where STEM Can Take You

LMI on Education : Get into Teaching TES

LMI on Finance and Legal : Law Careers (there is a really useful Beginners Guide with LMI and a full overview of the legal profession)

Useful Websites for Apprenticeships in Manchester :

Digital / Media / Business

Twitter @GM_Paralegal Paralegal Apprenticeships

Financial Kaplan Training

National Apprenticeship Service : National Apprenticeship Service


February 19, 2018
  • Half Term Holiday
    February 19, 2018 - February 23, 2018 @ 

February 20, 2018
  • Half Term Holiday
    February 19, 2018 - February 23, 2018 @ 

February 21, 2018
  • Half Term Holiday
    February 19, 2018 - February 23, 2018 @ 

Year groupHT1HT2HT3HT4HT5HT6
Year 7-European day of languages; exploring pathways in languagesFocus day – exploring different careers within school.- Career choices - assembly delivered by career leadersManchester Gateway Programme trip to The University of Manchester-Year 7 Academic Tutorial EveningNHS healthcare event - TBC
Year 8-European day of languages - exploring career pathways in languages-Why Festival at Contact Theatre examining social and political rights of young - Manchester United Foundation career eventManchester Gateway Programme trip to The University of ManchesterYear 8 Academic Tutorial evening.NHS healthcare event - TBC
Year 9- European day of languages - exploring career pathways in languages-STEM event by Accenture at the Event city Manchester
- Y9 University of Manchester gateway programme
Arlene Bulfin From UK Fast: inspirational speaker assembly P1.

-Year 9 Academic Tutorial Evening and Year 9 options evening.
Manchester Gateway Programme trip to The University of Manchester
- Why study talk in collaboration with University of Manchester - why study languages
- Inspiring Young Women conference with Manchester Business school
- Manchester united career fair trip
- NHS Health care event at the Manchester Royal Infirmary Hospital
- UK Fast campus visit - careers in digital sector
- NHS healthcare event - medical and nursing workshops delivered by NHS professionals
- Work experience assembly - in preparation for next year work experience
Year 10-Y10 Work experience Launch
- Careers fair,
-European languages day; exploring career pathways in languages
-Y10 University of Manchester Gateway Programme

-Meet the Business – project in collaboration with WRHS hosted by Manchester United Foundation hub
Year 10 academic tutorial evening; Suzanne Acton from Our Futures present.
– Widening participation mentoring programme,
- STEM - film premier of the Hidden Figures at the Trafford centre Odeon cinema part of Manchester United Foundation Hub. Meeting inspiring women in STEM careers
- Y10 Work experience week
-Why study talks in collaboration with University of Manchester - why study economics
- Inspiring Young Women Conference at Manchester Business school.
- Y10 Triple science students - Fast bleep medical workshop delivered by University of Manchester's students
- UK Fast campus visit - careers in digital sector
-Y10 group work and 1:1 career advice by career adviser in preparation for Y11
- Y10 stepping into the Future assembly
- Y10 Stepping into the Future conference at The University of Manchester - participating in six different workshops delivered by external companies - in preparation of post 16 options

- Y10 Discover your digital careers hosted by Lloyds Bank
- Y10 taster day at the Manchester college
Year 11-European languages day: exploring career pathways in languages.
-Careers fair,
-College drop ins: Loreto/Xaverian/Cheadle/Aquinas
Manchester College.
-‘Making the most of KS4’ evening.
-College application launch and introduction to career advisor
-College application drop ins
-College Application drop ins
-Year 11 Academic Tutorial evening: Suzanne Acton from Our Futures present.
-College Application deadline 12th December.
-Routes into languages trip - Home Cinema
- NCS Challenge launch and registration
- lunch time drop ins with career adviser
-lunch time drop in with career adviser
All Year Groups-Apprenticeship workshop by Manchester College & Skilled Solutions Lunchtime drop in.
- lunch time drop in by software engineer, Suzanne Simpkins from Rocket Software companyApprenticeship workshop drop in
lunch time - TBC
Careers week: form time activities/assemblies
Apprenticeship fair/future job fair by career leaders
- Multicultural day
-Tips on medicine by carer adviser - lunch time drop in
- Kahoot game on careers - lunch time drop in
- Careers in digital field by Tom Marshall from Captive North- lunch time drop in
- Access to music - lunch time drop in - careers in music and digitalLeadership reward trip

School Address

Levenshulme High School
Crossley Road
M19 1FS

T: 0161 224 4625

Please direct all queries in the first instance to Mrs Tebb

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