Virtual Careers Fair
Welcome to The Rooks Heath Virtual Careers Fair for Students and Parents in Partnership with Gareth Thomas MP - 11th January 2021.
Messages from Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London), Gareth Thomas (Member of Parliament), Keynote speaker Alex Mitchell, Local Entrepreneur, Miriam Manderson, Headteacher for Rooks Heath School
Information Hubs: The Future of Work, Skills to Succeed, Where to find work experience, Networking, Explore Careers… A day in the life of…
Growth Industries Spotlight: Digital, Construction, Creative, Green Energy
Post 16 Options: Apprenticeships, Schools, UTCs, University
Google Garage Workshop
CV and Cover Letter Writing 5.00pm-6.00pm
How best to navigate the fair
To maximise the impact of the evening, please listen to the messages by Mrs Manderson (Headteacher, Rooks Heath School), Gareth Thomas (MP), Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London), especially recorded for us, and our Keynote Speaker, Alex Mitchell (a Local Entrepreneur). (They can be found in the 'Messages from Key Speakers' section)
You are free to navigate to all the areas of interest listed on the side, at your own leisure, except for the Google Garage Workshop, which takes place in real time, at 5:00pm.
The students have been asked to complete some relevant work in TEAMS.
Please take the time to kindly fill this short questionnaire in order for us to evaluate this Virtual Careers Fair. Questionnaire.
If you have any specific queries, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org
The grid below shows the suitability of the different sections for each Year group:
|Page||Year 8||Year 9||Year 10||Year 11||Sixth Form|
|Advice for Parents||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Applying to University||Yes|
|Choosing GCSE Options||Yes||Yes|
|Future Trends/Industry Spotlights||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Messages from Key Speakers||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Post 16 Pathways||Yes||Yes|
After today, The Virtual Careers Fair will remain on the Rooks Heath Website main page until the end of January for your convenience. After this time it will be moved to the Careers and Employability section.