Some of our recent Activities

Careers Convention


We organised Park Lane Academy's Careers Convention with 30 employers, training providers, colleges and universities attending to inspire and engage the students.

Enterprise Challenge


We teamed up with Mosaic and the Princes Trust to run an online enterprise challenge with year 9 at Park Lane Academy.  Students worked with business volunteers to learn about how to run a business in order to make a profit. They also learnt about ethical trading.

Mock interviews


We delivered workshops at Park Lane  Academy in Halifax preparing year 10 and  11 students for mock  interviews.  These concentrated  on communication skills and identifying your own skills and qualities.  These workshops were followed up the following week by a mock interview supported by local employers and providers.

Apprenticeship Workshops


We worked at Park Lane Academy with students  who were interested in finding out more about apprenticeships.  We were supported by current apprentices from Together Housing and Calderdale College as well as the National Apprenticeship Service's ASK project.

Employability Skills


We held the fourth in  our series of Employability Skills lessons at Farfield Primary with years 3, 4, 5 and 6.  This time the focus was  team work and students worked together to build the tallest tower! 

World of Work Day


We  organised a World of Work Day at Thornton Primary School in Bradford.  Students from reception through to year 6 met volunteers from the world of work and had the opportunity to ask them questions and find out about their jobs and careers journeys.  

Careers Convention


We held a very successful Careers Convention at Beckfoot School with over 30 employers and providers.  Years 8, 9, 11, 12 and 13 all attended to find out about different routes and options for when they leave school.

Aim Higher Afternoon


We delivered an Aim Higher Afternoon with a group of year 10 and 11 students from Beckfoot School.  The students found out about University Life from students from Leeds Beckett University.  

Careers Day


We  worked at Park Lane Academy delivering a Careers Drop down day.  In the morning Year 11 students found out about post-16 options and routes.  In the afternoon Years 10 and 11 had the opportunity to meet a range of post-16 and 18 providers: sixth forms, colleges and apprenticeship providers.  This was to l help  inform their post-16 option  choices. 

Parent Coffee Morning


We have held a parent coffee morning at Park Lane Academy in Halifax.  This was so parents of year 10 and 11 students  could learn about post-16 routes and options and financial support available.  This was supported by colleagues from the DWP and local post-16 institutions.

Careers Day


We delivered a Careers Dayat St Clare's in Bradford.  Students learnt to identify their own skills and qualities, present themselves positively, develop communication techniques, write CVs   and practice interview skills. We then  worked with parents after school on their employability skills.