Careers Map

“Learning for Life” is at the heart of what we do. Our core values that all students should be ‘Respectful, Ambitious, and Resilient’ support the importance of high-quality Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance.

We aim to provide an effective careers programme which offers all students advice, experience and contact with employers which will help to raise their aspirations, support them in making informed decisions about career pathways, and understand what they need to do to be successful.

We believe that there is no limitation as to what our students can achieve and with the right education and career’s information our students will be equipped to make informed decisions about their futures.

All students have access to the online careers platform –  

At Key Stages 3 and 4, students are given time to access unifrog during their Skills for Life lessons. 

Year 7 – Key foci: 

  • Identifying and demonstrating key skills.
  • Understanding careers related terminology
  • What is your dream job? Practise using the unifrog careers library.

Year 8 – Key foci: 

  • Identify skills and interests to explore future careers.
  • Initial look at universities and apprenticeships as post 16 pathways.
  • Understanding transferable skills.

Year 9 – Key foci:

  • Making GCSE options with career pathways in mind.
  • The ability to lead in all of us.
  • CV writing.

Year 10 - Key foci:

  • Understanding and practise of independence.
  • The importance of teamwork and communication.
  • Going deeper – universities and apprenticeships.

Year 11 – Key foci

  • Overview of post 16 pathways
  • In depth look at post 16 options.
  • Post 16 intentions.
  • Coping with changes.

Students in the sixth form also have access to This resource allows students to explore super curricular resources.

Sixth form students also have key foci

Year 12 – Key foci

  • The super-curricular
  • Working out who you are and how you can be the best possible you

Year 13 – Key foci

  • Comparison of different post 18 pathways
  • Using findings from Year 12 to apply for chosen pathways
Get in Touch

To get in touch with Prince William School please click on the link below, or call us on 01832 272881

Contact Us