Next careers event

To be announced

2017/18 Previous events

Thursday 19th October 2017
'Your Futures Day'

Year 11 look to the future

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Careers education is an important part of our school curriculum. We recognise students have different career guidance needs at different stages and we believe every child is entitled to receive guidance and support so they can make informed decisions and plan for their future careers.

This section of the website is designed to deliver regularly updated information about the range of opportunities available to assist our students in planning for their future careers.

Latest news and vacancies

Students receive a masterclass in Entrepreneurship.
Thursday 7th December 2017

Students in Years 8 and 9 recently benefited from the knowledge and experience of some of the region’s most successful business leaders during a masterclass in entrepreneurship led by members of Hull-based company For Entrepreneurs Only.

Please click here to view a write-up and pictures from the event.

Wednesday 8th November 2017 

Please click here to view / download the PowerPoint shown in student assemblies (w/c 6th November) regarding careers and training opportunities in Engineering.

Any students interested in finding out more about Engineering can speak to Mr Bullock during break and lunchtimes in G7.

Year 11 look to the future
Monday 30th October 2017

On Thursday 19th October, Year 11 students benefited from a full day of activities and presentations aimed at helping them to make informed choices about their plans for September 2018 and beyond.

Please click here to view a write-up and pictures from the event.


Mission statement

We aim to provide careers information which is impartial and develops both the knowledge of students and their parents about the possible education, training and careers opportunities that are available and how to pursue them.

We will work effectively in partnership with other education establishments, employers and external agencies to give students opportunities to learn about work, employment and the skills that are valued in the workplace. We will also make sure students understand the full range of learning opportunities that are available to them. This will be done through a range of enrichment activities including guest speakers, work experience, careers fairs and external visits.

For more further information about careers information, advice and guidance at Withernsea High School please contact: 

Mrs R Pindar (Assistant Headteacher)
01964 613133