The careers team at De La Salle works hard to provide opportunities for pupils to attend events and activities to find out about future careers and education options. You can find out more below, or by visiting our News pages.
On Thursday 10th October, 30 year 11 students attended an Army STEM Day at Altcar training centre. Throughout the day our students attended a number of military and civilian stands and fully immersed themselves in the day’s activities, which included carpentry, bricklaying, DaVinci bridge building, bomb disposal, F1 simulator, sniffer dogs and a dive tank.
This year's careers evening was bigger and better than ever before! This was the first year it was open to years 8-11 and included a CV workshop and presentation delivered on the new medical school at Edge Hill University. Over 50 employers, colleges, sixth forms, universities and apprenticeship providers and the armed forces attended the evening to meet with our students and parents to discuss their future aspirations.
Throughout the evening our students were asked to engage with the exhibitors and complete a short quiz to enter a prize draw, to win a £20 voucher of their choice. The lucky winners were:
Thank you to everybody who supported and attended this event it was a huge success. If you would like to be involved in any future career events within the school, or know somebody who would, please visit the careers section of the school website for further details.
On 24th September over 45 year 11 pupils attended an NHS careers event at the Saints Stadium. The morning included presentations on the different careers within the NHS. Students also had the opportunity to ask questions, work with the equipment used in various job roles and explore the entry requirements for each career.