At Lindsworth School we aim to ensure that all our pupils leave school with the skills to achieve a successful career.

Pupils and parents will have personal guidance on the world of work, knowledge of the pathways available to them post 16 and labour market information.

Your school education is preparing you for your future career. So thinking about what you enjoy or what you might like to do next can help you on your path. Use these pages to find your best next step.

Our Aims

  • To ensure that all students at the school receive a stable careers programme
  • To enable all students to learn from information provided by the career and labour market
  • The CEIAG programme should be individual and address the needs of each student
  • To link the curriculum learning to careers learning
  • To provide students with a series of encounters with employers and employees
  • To provide students with experiences of workplace(s)
  • To ensure that students have a series of encounters with further and higher education
  • To provide each student with the opportunity to receive personal guidance

Student Area

This area is intended to help you to make sense of the vast amount of careers information that is available to you.


Parent Area

In order to assist your child with decisions about their future pathways, you will need access to clear and up to date information about what is available to them. We hope that this section will provide you with that.


Teacher Area

The information on these web pages will help facilitate careers conversations between staff and students at any time, and support you in embedding careers in to your curriculum.


Employer Area

It is hoped that by sharing what careers provision is on offer at Lindsworth School  that employers can identify ways in which they can contribute to our programme. (Please see our Provider Access Policy)


Careers News / Upcoming Events

National Apprenticeship Week

To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week pupils participated in extended form activities exploring apprenticeships, the types of apprenticeships available and labour market information. Lessons across the curriculum included activities linked to apprenticeships and information was shared across the school linking apprenticeships to each subject area.

British Creative Institute Taster Day

On Thursday 16th May pupils in year 10 visited the British Creative Institute. They had a tour of the college, received a talk on the options available to them and took part in taster sessions for some of the courses on offer.

National Careers Week

As part of National Careers Week pupils in year 10 and 11 have completed lessons on careers and the future of work as part of their PSHE lessons. Teaching staff have discussed careers linked to their subject during lessons and shared their career path with pupils.

NHS Internship Presentation 3rd May

On Friday 3rd May NHS Choices College came in to school to speak to pupils in year 10 and 11 about internships in the NHS.

Choices College is a Specialist Post-16 College providing a person-centred, individually tailored Supported Internship to young adults with learning difficulties, disabilities and/or Autism. Through the Internship, 16–24-year-olds gain work experience, develop independence skills, and increase their employability.

Careers Fair 11th April 2024

On Thursday 11th April pupils in year 9, 10 and 11 took part in a careers fair at school. They met with representatives from a number of post 16 providers to discuss their options post 16. Pupils discussed careers they were interested in and were given guidance about the pathways they could take towards them.

Providers involved in the event are as follows:-

Solihull College

Cadbury College

Crackerjack Training                                                                      


South and City

Nova Training

British Creative Institute

Solihull Moors Football Academy

National Apprenticeship Show 25th April

Pupils in year 10 and 11 attended the National apprenticeship Show at Millennium Point.  The event showcased all levels of Apprenticeships, from entry level all the way through to Higher and Degree.

Pupils had the opportunity to engage with the area’s top Employers, Colleges, Universities, and Training Providers in a face-to-face, interactive environment.

Information and Useful Links

Careers Program
Provider Access Statement
Gatsby Benchmarks
Labour Market Information
Destination Data


If you have any queries regarding Careers please contact

Andrew Jacques

Email :

Tel : 0121 693 5363