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Welcome to Year 12!

 

YEAR 12 PASTORAL RESPONSIBILITIES 2021/2022

 

Head of Year 12:

 

Miss Z Burton

 

Head of Senior School:   

 

Miss S Walsh

 

Form Teacher:12C:Mr S Cowden
 12J:Mr P Annett
 12K:Mr M McKee
 12M:Mr S McKeag


If you have a concern, the first person to contact should be your child's Form Teacher.

 

As well as the academic development of the pupils, Nendrum College seeks to enhance the progression into adult life, further studies and the world of work by offering a broad range of experiences.  This includes a Careers lesson each week which allows every student to research and investigate possible career pathways. This is enhanced by various Young Enterprise and SENTINUS workshops as well as a host of assemblies being taken by individuals from various back grounds in industry, community and sport.

Summer Year 12 - GCSE Exams and Revision Sesisons

Mock Timetable 2022

Subject Snapshot 2021/22

Summer GCSE Exam Timetable 2022

Key Information (November 2021)

How to use Google Drive at Home

How to download Microsoft Office at Home

Careers Information

Careers Advisor

All students will have the opportunity to meet with Alison Kennedy (from Careers Service NI) who will discuss post 16 options and pathways in a one-to-one focused careers interview.  These will take place on a Wednesday during the school day.

 

SERC Applications (2022)

Once LIVE we will notify students and parents/guardians.  It is important to apply for courses of interest for further study.  All applications will be supported in Careers classes.  

 

Information on your Careers Service

About the Careers Service: www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/how-careers-service-can-help-you 

 

Link to hub: www.nidirect.gov.uk/contacts/contacts-az/careers-service lists all our access channels including webchat, ask us a question, phone us, and our local office locations.

 

Link to parents guide: www.economy-ni.gov.uk/publications/prental-guide

Link to young persons guide: www.economy-ni.gov.uk/publications/careers-service-young-persons-guide

 

Please note that under the new arrangements for Training for Success 2017, any young person who wants to do Skills for you Life, Skills for Work Level 1 or Skills for Work Level 2 will need a Training Credit, which is issued from the Careers Service.  Training Credits can only be issued after 3 July 2017.

 

FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN TRAINING (such as construction trades, plumbing, electrical, hair, beauty, etc - work related training), not Further Education courses; you will need BOTH the training credit AND your result slip to get on to your chosen course.

Contact Careers Office on 0300 200 7820 for a Training Credit. 

 

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