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Directions & Destinations Day

We are all very much looking forward to Directions & Destinations 2017 on Friday 10th March.

Our annual event presents a fantastic opportunity for our students (Year 8, 9, 10, 12) to consider their future careers and progression routes.

Represented in the exhibition hall will be a broad range of universities, colleges and employers.

Our exciting workshops will also enable parents and students to take a more in depth look at an area of their choosing.

Following our previous correspondence, students will be bringing home an individual and personalised schedule for the day.

Please note the following arrangements for each Year Group:

Year 8’s – will arrive for registration on D&D day at 10.45. They will be directed to workshops, delivered by their tutor team in F Block. At 1pm Yr8’s will have the opportunity to attend the D&D exhibition. Students  will be dismissed at 1.30. Please note, due to the shortened day there will be no refreshments on site for students.

Year 9’swill be allocated to one of two sessions. Session 1 students will register at 9.30 and will be dismissed at 11.30, Session 2 students will register at 11.00 and be dismissed at 13.00. Please note, due to the shortened day there will be no refreshments on site for students.

Year 10’s - will be allocated to one of two sessions. Session 1 students will register at 9.30 and will be dismissed at 11.30, Session 2 students will register at 11.00 and be dismissed at 13.00. Please note, due to the shortened day there will be no refreshments on site for students.

Year 12’s are all allocated to Session 1. They will register at 9.30 and will be dismissed at 1.30.

We look forward to welcoming you on Friday the 10th of March.

resultant outcomes from D&D Day

  • For information on studying at NESCOT click here
  • For information on RICS - Surveying Careers Guide, click here
  • For information on RICS - Why Surveying?, click here
  • (Challenge yourself this summer.) For information on NCS click here

higher education

 

 

"Higher Education in London works with over 40 universities and colleges to provide a single point of contact for teachers to find out about university outreach across London. 

We have produced three case studies, showcasing best practice in HE engagement, from the perspective of a school, a college and a university. 

In this film we hear from Lorna Ellis, the HE and UCAS coordinator at Carshalton Boys Sports College. Here Lorna talks about the work she has been doing at the school, and why she thinks Carshalton Boys have been so successful at raising the aspirations of their students and increasing the number who apply to university."