Our Year 10s have successfully completed their work experience and no doubt they have shared many stories with you. In total there have been 85 students, and a total of 92 placements. Every Year 10 was visited by a staff member on site and had their photo taken. The student’s evaluation form from their employer can be a valuable component of the student’s resume.
The Glasshouse Country News will do a feature on two of our students at work experience in an upcoming edition. They will have been interviewed by a student on a placement at Glasshouse Country News.
On the 29 April Tom Cameron from MRAEL will be visiting the school from 8.30am to interview students interested in apprenticeships. MRAEL is involved with apprenticeships, work experience and building sustainable partnerships with schools and other training providers. A booking sheet has been created for interested students.
After the holidays students will attend the Annual Health Heroes Day, which has a focus on a range of allied health areas and Year 10s will have a series of career lessons in Term 2, leading up to SET PLANS and Subject Selection for 2015.
On the College Open Day, Future Pathways will be prominently displayed outside the Library. We would love to see you.
Paul Nash, Future Pathways Co-ordinator