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Jameah Girls Academy offers a range of information, advice and guidance to assist pupils in making well informed and realistic decisions about their future options and careers.  The Academy will take a holistic approach and strive to expose the pupils to a range of information via different media to achieve the following outcomes:


  • Developing themselves through career and work-related education

  • Learning about careers and the world of work

  • Developing career management and employability skills


Our commitment at the Academy is delivered through PSHE and Citizenship lessons as well as cross curricular links made between different subjects, and careers education and support from external professionals.  Some of the specific areas are as follows:


  • Visits from representatives of the local police station

  • Vocation Open Online  Course

  • ‘I Could’ website

  • National Careers Website

  • CV writing sessions through Wise Origins

  • Mock interviews with Barclays Bank and Wise Origins

  • Speakers from various professions

  • Work experience

  • National Exhibition Centre Skills Show

  • National Careers Week

  • Links with sixth forms and colleges

  • Careers Fair



The programme is started in key stage 2 to enable pupils to engage at an early stage and to prepare them to investigate and explore the vast array of opportunities open to them.


Parents/carers will also be involved in the process so that they can assist, support and motivate their daughter to make well informed and realistic decisions.


As the law states, everyone must stay in learning until at least their eighteenth birthday, hence pupils have the following options:


  • A full time course, (a study programme) at a college or sixth form

  • Learning while they work (work based learning) which includes apprenticeships, traineeships and study programmes that are based with training providers rather than with a college or sixth form

  • Employment, voluntary work or entrepreneurship starting up their own business, concurrent with continued studies for a recognised qualification.

In the document below you will find our schools career provision in this academic year: 


Colleges in the Local Area:


  • Beauchamp College

  • Gateway College

  • Leicester College

  • Regent College

  • South Leicestershire College

  • Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth 1st 6th Form College

  • New College

  • City of Leicester College

  • English Martyrs Catholic School

  • St Pauls Catholic School







Listed below are useful links:








For step by step advice on writing your first CV, as well as tips on attending interviews visit Success At Help with writing a personal statement using a handy online form can be found on UCAS Progress.

Connexions is the careers service for young people in Leicester, and holds a range of useful information about jobs, careers, training and apprenticeships. It is available at:

On-line careers and qualifications magazine.

Informed Choices is aimed at all students considering A-level and equivalent options. It includes advice on the best subject combinations for a wide range of university courses as well as advice on the best choices if you don’t know what you want to study after school and need to keep your options open.
It is available here

Area wide prospectus information about ALL the courses available for post 16 year olds in Leicestershire is a website showcasing opportunities that exist other than going to university, such as apprenticeships, sponsored degrees, diplomas, gap years, distance learning and jobs. It is available at:

LifeSkills, created with Barclays, helps young people get the skills and experiences they need to enter the world of work. It is available at:

Careersbox is a free careers film library
It is available at:

Need inspiration for your career? icould includes 1000 films of personal career stories, across all occupations. It is available at:

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