- Dress Code
- Off-Site Study
- Sixth Form Enrichment & Extra Curricular
- Student Notice Board
- Sixth Form Bursary
- Pastoral Care & Sixth Form Handbook
- Sixth Form Student Voice
- Applying to University (UCAS)
- Sixth Informer
- Year 12 Transition Work 2016
- Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
- Sixth Form PSHE Programme
Student Notice Board
The University Hospitals Leicester are running a Physiotherapy work experience opportunity on the 26th November 2016. It is geared towards students wanting to study Physiotherapy at university. If students would like more information or to book a place please contact Avril.Ormond@uhl-tr.nhs.uk.
Places are capped at 30 and students must be 16 years of age to attend.
Leicester De Montfort Law School Law Club 2016-17 For School Sixth Forms and College students
Open to all Year 12 and 13 students across Leicestershire
Students don't need to be studying law or even planning to do a law degree - just to have an interest in law is sufficient
The events are free and you can attend as many as you wish
Law Club Meetings are held in the Hugh Aston building on De Montfort University campus
For more information or to book a place please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0116 250 6070
Flyers are available with further details in Q Zone and Auburn Place
Birmingham City University
Open Day - Sunday 4 December, 11am - 3pm - to book your place and for further information please click on the link below:
Enrichment Events at UEA 2016/17
25/11/16- Year 12 & 13. Discover Health. This will provide you with information on the health profession including language therapy, nursing, midwifery, paramedic service etc. £10 per person
01/02/17- Year 12 & 13. An afternoon with an Academic: Biology. An hour long interactive lecture offering students the opportunity to explore biological sciences. Free
01/03/17- Year 12 & 13. An afternoon with an Academic: Medicine. An hour long interactive lecture offering students the opportunity to find out more about medicine. Free
National Medic Weekend
18th and 19th March in 4 locations across the UK: London, Cardiff, Lancaster and Birmingham
In November, over 1000 students from across the UK attended and had the opportunity to network with 100s of doctors and medical students, who will be there to share their knowledge and experience with students.
There will be a medical conference taking place on Saturday 18th March with 14 presentations from Royal Colleges, medical schools and a variety of doctors and medical students to help aspiring medics explore careers in medicine and help set up medical school societies at their respective schools.
On Sunday morning (19th March) there is an optional UCAS lecture about applying to medical school which includes 3 textbooks, lunch and free parent registration. This comprehensive lecture will explain how enthusiastic students can make a competitive medical school application.
Parents are also encouraged to attend as there will be dedicated talks for them too. It is a highly valuable opportunity for your students to network with doctors and medical students, learn about work experience opportunities and how to make a successful application.
Registration is £25 for the Saturday conference and students can register on the medic mentor website and find out more about the events: http://medicmentor.co.uk/national-medic-mentor-weekend/
All proceeds from the weekend will be used to support our UK's medical students with scholarships, elective bursaries, free training and educational initiatives.
ATA Apprentice Position (Branch Assistant)
City Electrical Factors, Lutterworth is looking for a highly motivated apprentice to join our busy team. Over 15 months the successful candidate will work within our busy branch whilst completing a Level 2 qualification in Trade Business Services. If you or someone you know is looking for a job and qualification that will provide a valuable foundation for the future then this is the role.
Responsibilities will include:
- Managing stock in and out
- Picking and packing
- Store transfers and stock control
- Assisting on the Trade Counter
- Basic admin and order processing
- Raising quotations
- Ad hoc tasks as required
- Further responsibilities will be given as industry knowledge grows
Skills and Qualities Required:
- Good Maths and English
- Confident with people
- Team player
- Keen to learn and work
- Efficient and motivated
- Smart appearance
EDA Apprenticeships Plus will employ the successful candidate on behalf of the branch. This apprenticeship is an excellent opportunity and could lead to full time employment by the branch upon successful completion.
Please contact Carmen Daley at EDA Apprenticeship Plus for further information. Position Reference: 856955.
077 360 99127 - email@example.com
CAREERS IN HEALTH AND CARING PROFESSIONS
Date: Wednesday 8th March 2017
Venue: The Kube, Leicester Racecourse
Time: 10.00 – 6.00pm
This is an NHS hosted event for schools, Colleges and the general public to promote the breadth of career opportunities in health and care
To book please complete the attached booking form and send to: HEE.firstname.lastname@example.org