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Employer & Provider Information

Teacher Information

All departments at Longhill High School are expected to link their curriculum to real-world career paths. This will be delivered in lessons at each key stage and through trips, employer visits and encounters. If you want more information, you can contact:

Sophia Hunnisett (Senior Assistant Head Teacher)

Carl Jackson (Careers Adviser) 
Careers Office: A15c
Mondays (half day), Tuesdays (half day) and Thursdays. 
Email: or visit the Careers and Enterprise Company website:

For Applications for provider access (Baker Clause) please see:

Parents & Students

Getting started with Careers


Create a StartProfile to explore how your interests, goals and strengths can support your decision making at each step of your future choices: Start Profile

Get Career Confident

Visit this website to watch videos and get answers to FAQs: Get Career Confident

What next at 14, 16, 18?

Career Pilot

All the information and tools you need to explore your future career: Career Pilot

National Careers Service

We provide careers information, advice and guidance and can help you make decisions at all stages in your career:

University guide

Student loans and University fees 

How to get a loan and what a loan is:   

Alternatives to higher education

Employability and Life Skills

Financial capability 

How to open a bank account:

Basic financial skills:  

Interest rates: 



Useful skills/techniques for interviews: 

How to write a good CV:


If you are an employer, please see the Longhill High School Provider Access Policy or please make contact with Carl Jackson (Careers Adviser) 

Helping students into the world of work:

For employers, working with the education sector is a vitally important way to support young people in finding their best next step.  It is also a way for businesses to connect with the next generation and play an active role in helping shape the skills of tomorrow’s workforce.

We work with schools, colleges and employers to help every young person find their best next step:

Experiences of the Workplace (BM6) Step by step guide for Employers | CEC Resource Directory

Making connections with Longhill School to support students next choices
  • Assemblies / presentations
  • Experience of the Workplace / Work Experience: please follow this link for information to support employer understanding:
  • Workshops

MYPATH supports businesses to engage with future talent: FOR BUSINESSES | MYPATH Careers

Teacher Information

Below is a document that provides a summary of where past students have moved onto after Longhill High School:

Careers Guidance for Teachers

High-flying Ex-Student Shares Experience

Earlier this month, Deborah Cohen, an ex-Longhill High School student, visited the school to speak to our IGNITE ambassadors in Years 7 – 10. Deborah, who was a student at Longhill High in the early 1990s, gave an inspirational speech about her educational choices and career pathway since completing her GCSE studies; she then went on… Read more