Careers education is taught as an integral part of the PSHE programme from years 7-11. In years 9-11 the careers adviser takes an active role in lessons and provides guidance on an individual basis. Bowland is proud of its modern careers library. It is here that career interviews take place.

Up-to-date information and access to IT packages are available to help pupils investigate possible career choices. Work experience is an established and popular aspect of the Key Stage 4 careers education. A high percentage of our pupils manage to get into their first choice of placement.

Please contact Mrs Burns via email for further information or telephone 01200 441374

National Careers Week



Employer Directory

Links to Career Related Websites
Click on “Young People or call 0800 100 900
Regional careers magazine
Click on “Apprenticeship Vacancies”
Sponsored degrees, gap years, training providers
Useful and different careers website

School Subjects and Careers

Year 11 – After Bowland

Click on this link to PIXL to explore the possibilities with your favourite subject in your Next Steps after Bowland High!

Year’s 7 to 10

Click on this link to explore where your favourite subjects can take you!

Success at School

Success at School is the place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice.
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NHS Meet the people behind the masks: London

  • Date: 10thFebruary 2021
  • Age: 14+
  • Application Deadline: 20thJanuary 2021

Work Experience Week – Nursing

  • Dates: 15th– 19thFebruary 2021
  • Age: 16+
  • Application Deadline: 25thJanuary 2021

Please complete your application early as employers may make selections before the advertised deadlines. 

For a full list of placements –  sign in here to search and apply. 

If you have any questions about the process, have forgotten your login details or are having technical issues, please get in touch with experience@speakersforschoools.organd the team will be more than happy to help. 

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