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💬 'Niks always has a positive attitude towards everything and is always willing to challenge himself.' #YoungAchiever #PrideOfGuernsey Retweeted by La Mare High School 4 weeks ago

test Twitter Media - 💬 'Niks always has a positive attitude towards everything and is always willing to challenge himself.' #YoungAchiever #PrideOfGuernsey https://t.co/GBjUp0ltlB

Amazing leadership from Vicky Godley. She has created a vision & a school full of leaders. Privilege to be led by someone who cares as much twitter.com/lamarehighscho… Retweeted by La Mare High School 2 months ago

A privilege teach students like Niks! A role model to all students who always goes above & beyond in school!👍👏 @LamareHighSchoo @LMDCHSCA twitter.com/GuernseySports… Retweeted by La Mare High School 4 weeks ago

Careers

boardVision

To ensure language is similar & ensure the whole school aligns to our core purposes of Bailiwick curriculum

Confident individuals, successful learners, responsible citizens, effective contributors.


help signKey Stage 3 Overview Skills

CIAEG is taught from Year 9 in House Groups by the Head of Careers.  Students are encouraged to contribute to oral discussion and respect one another’s opinions. Read more…


lettersKey Stage 4 Overview Skills inc. Exam Syllabus

Key stage 4 students follow the AQA Level 1 / 2 Certificate in Preparation For Working Life.  Work experience and post 16 options are undertaken.  Read more…

 


opportunityKey Assessment Points

All aspects of work relating to work experience preparation are assessed.  Students are expected to produce such documentation to business standards.  Read more…

 


passionsHow Can You Help Your Child?

Encourage students to communicate
Discuss possibilities for work experience
Attend all parents evenings together
Help your child investigate Post 16 courses
Utilise the Guernsey Careers website



keyboardStaff who teach Careers at La Mare de Carteret High School :

Head of Department – Mr. E. Davies

 


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See how the Careers curriculum enables students

 



 

 

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