As part of continuing education, schools need to provide Independent Advice and Guidance (IAG) to their students to aid them in understanding their options when they leave school.
Adele Miller, Claire Barnett and Kirstin Bird our designated IAG Support / Employment Support Coordinators.
They are here to support students and parents with education and social destinations post Linwood School.
They are based at Linwood Campus but work across all sites, including Springwood, Summerwood and CHI.
Across the Linwood Campuses we strive to provide a comprehensive IAG Plan. This creates consistency and aims to provide information to parents and students about future options.
If you would like more information about IAG at Linwood School, please contact Adele Miller (details above).
Accessing careers information at home
Linwood Campuses use Job Explorer Database (JED) and StartProfile to support the Advice and Guidance and Careers Programmes implemented within Linwood.
These programmes are designed to support students as well as families by providing free access to Local Market Information (LMI), job profiles as well as the opportunity to explore job information.
If you would like to discuss either of these programmes, please contact Adele Miller (IAG Lead).
For information on how to access these programmes, please see refer to this PDF:
Local College Provisions & Open Events
Any dates and times listed are correct at the time of publication. We would always recommend that you contact the colleges to confirm dates and times of open events before travelling.
Other colleges offering similar provisions
- Beaucroft Post 16 Centre www.beaucroft.dorset.sch.uk Tel: 01202 886083
- Totton College www.totton.ac.uk Tel: 02380 874874
- Salisbury College www.wiltshire.ac.uk Tel: 01225 350035
- Weymouth College www.weymouth.ac.uk Tel: 01305 761100
- Yeovil College www.yeovil.ac.uk Tel: 01935 423921
Please contact these colleges directly for information on open events.
Our Future Pathways Booklet below provides information about further education and Post School Options for Years 10, 11 & Post 16.
Work Experience at Linwood School is an important part of the students preparation for adulthood. Currently, Linwood students have the opportunities to participate in internal work experience. Each campus currently organises work experience opportunities (internal and external) with external work experience being based on volunteering opportunities as a class group. If you would like more information about each class’ work experience opportunities please contact the relevant campus.
Are you an employer?
Are you able to help? As a school we like to provide a variety of opportunities for our students, which includes input from employers. If you feel that you would be able to offer a work experience opportunity or would be happy to speak to students about what your company / job is, please contact Adele Miller to discuss.
Some volunteer positions require the individual to be 18 or over – for more information about how to access volunteering opportunities, please contact Adele Miller to discuss.
Post 19 – Moving on from Linwood
Below is the Post 19 Information Booklet for Young People and their Parents/Carers.
Apprenticeships – information on becoming an apprentice and finding apprenticeships in UK.
icould – an online charity providing career ideas and information for young people.
National Careers Service – provide information, advice and guidance on learning, training and work.
Prospects – matches your skills and personality to 400+ job profiles.
Start – a free, online careers platform, designed to connect 11-18 year olds with their future career potential.