The Green School for Girls

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Careers Education


CEIAG Coordinator Mrs C Humphrys 


The information in this section relates to a variety of career news including work experience, internships, volunteering, summer schools and master classes.  The opportunities available for students in all Key Stages. 

If you require any more details about a specific item please contact Mrs Humphrys in the first instance.

Whilst we are encouraging our students to apply for external courses please note that the organisations offering these activities are entirely separate to the school.  The Green School for Girls has not carried out any risk assessments in relation to these activities.  For this reason, The Green School for Girls informs you of, but does not endorse, external provider opportunities and will not accept any liability arising from student participation in these activities.  The Green School for Girls does not organise these events directly and will not give permission for students to be absent from school if any dates fall within term time.

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  • National Healthcare Weekend, 24th - 25th March 2018, for students in Years 10 - 12.  Over 200 healthcare professionals from across the UK will be volunteering to present and network with students who are interested in Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Dentistry and Psychology.  Click here for more information
  • Inspire courses are 3-day courses at a leading UK university for Year 11 girls who have a passion for STEM.  The students will get to meet likeminded people, which is often a first for some of them, whilst being introduced to engineering and / or science through a hands-on STEM project, lectures and workshops to give them an idea of what to expect at university first year undergraduate level.  More information about the different courses that are running next summer 2018 can be found here
  • Headstart courses are 4 or 5-day residential courses at a leading UK university for Year 12 students. There is a wide range of STEM courses including, but not limited to; Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Oceanography and Marine Biology, Nuclear Physics, Life Science and Broad-Based Engineering.  More information about the different courses that are running next summer can be found here
  • In partnership with the Royal Society of Medicine we would like to introduce you to our Fit to be a Doctor? test – an online skills and aptitude test designed to help students aged 14-18 decide whether a career in medicine is right for them, and, if so, which strand of medicine suits them best.  To take the test click here
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