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29/02/24

Special thanks to MP, who graciously imparted his wisdom to our Year 12 head student candidates, advising them on effective campaign strategies to secure votes in the upcoming elections.#year12 '#manifesto pic.twitter.com/cgQlFhzjqb

16/02/24

Year 12 Students had a visit to New City College, Redbridge Campus. They had a tour around the campus and heard about the various courses they run.#highereducation pic.twitter.com/8RNkAw4NOD

15/02/24

Year 12 and 13 students hearing about the different apprenticeships from The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge programme (ASK).#furthereducation pic.twitter.com/vEOns8cKP8

23/01/24

The Redbridge Education Awards are now OPEN! Want to say thank you to a great teacher? A wonderful mentor? A super supportive adult? Vote for your Caterham staff here - vote to say “thank you” to them!Nominate now athttps://t.co/6y2XQiFEVC or you can use the QR Code. pic.twitter.com/9LAPKhljlW

04/12/23

Over 40 organisations, including Universities, Colleges and employers, attended our Careers Fair. All students in all year groups attended throughout the day and Year 5 pupils from Glade primary attended.#careers pic.twitter.com/neWgpJWCJL

02/12/23

We're in Wanstead High Street today speaking to local people about the work we and our partners in the police are doing to tackle violence & asking you to sign the “Redbridge Pledge” against Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) ✏️ https://t.co/HtaF2wPF51#16DaysOfActivism pic.twitter.com/fFfczJMmja

02/12/23

We're in Wanstead High Street today speaking to local people about the work we and our partners in the police are doing to tackle violence & asking you to sign the “Redbridge Pledge” against Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) ✏️ https://t.co/HtaF2wPF51#16DaysOfActivism pic.twitter.com/fFfczJMmja

29/11/23

Did you know...?We help children stay away from criminal gangs.Our child protection teams have used virtual reality with some children, to start conversations about exploitation and how their behaviour is placing them at risk of being exploited.More: https://t.co/RyLcchcwme pic.twitter.com/Wu0gvZIJpY

29/11/23

We have organised a Stand up Against Harassment training with the Suzy Lamplugh Trust.The training via Zoom is designed to empower people to be active bystanders without putting themselves at risk. Register to attend the training tomorrow 1.30-2.30pm ➡️ https://t.co/U86sxo1kBf pic.twitter.com/KJ7g4hJLXz

29/11/23

We have organised a Stand up Against Harassment training with the Suzy Lamplugh Trust.The training via Zoom is designed to empower people to be active bystanders without putting themselves at risk. Register to attend the training tomorrow 1.30-2.30pm ➡️ https://t.co/U86sxo1kBf pic.twitter.com/KJ7g4hJLXz

29/11/23

Did you know...?We help children stay away from criminal gangs.Our child protection teams have used virtual reality with some children, to start conversations about exploitation and how their behaviour is placing them at risk of being exploited.More: https://t.co/RyLcchcwme pic.twitter.com/Wu0gvZIJpY

10/11/23

Students and staff remembering pic.twitter.com/0ztPLMGnUi

01/11/23

Year 12 students had the opportunity to attend St Anne’s College, University of Oxford to hear about the application process and subjects offered. They met current students, had a tour and visited the Ashmolean Museum.#universityofoxford pic.twitter.com/SUK6ssvFpO

30/10/23

Year 12 and 13 students had the opportunity to attend the UK University Search Fair at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium where they spoke to lots of different universities and apprenticeship providers.#Year12 pic.twitter.com/bk2SpmTAF4

24/08/23

An incredible achievement by Mark who arrived from Ukraine a year and half ago and passed everything in his GCSEs. He will be studying fitness instruction. “I couldn’t speak English when I arrived from Ukraine. I passed the grades I wanted.” pic.twitter.com/jcWzFvjrqF

24/08/23

Bravo Sidney who scored 8-7,8-7,8,7,7,6,6,6 & distinction* in business. She will be studying business, finance & sport A Levels. “I’m happy with my results. I want to go into events management & organisation. The school has been really supportive.” pic.twitter.com/9UnhWeyxGZ

24/08/23

Celebrations are in order for Szymon who passed all his GCSEs with 7,7-6,7-6, 6,6,5,5,5 & a distinction. He will be going to study game design. “My parents will be happy. The school is supportive and has lots of good provisions.” pic.twitter.com/R68zrw4i6s

24/08/23

Congratulations to Renzo who achieved an amazing 9,9,8,7,7,7-6,7-6,5,4! He is going to study Graphic Design, Media & Business for . To secure your place, please visit and speak to a member of staff. More info at https://t.co/J5l6wVY9NJ pic.twitter.com/29ZgVqAHfK

24/08/23

Sixth Form spaces are going fast. Secure your place before they go. To secure your place, please visit and speak to a member of staff. More info at https://t.co/J5l6wVY9NJ pic.twitter.com/3vmfPER7MB

24/08/23

Symon sharing his success with the local press pic.twitter.com/Y7UbKyfXC4

24/08/23

Lots of smiles here this morning. Well done Year 11 pic.twitter.com/YcV9gZaCN9

24/08/23

Mr Conlon sharing his congratulations pic.twitter.com/spCfqrn9DL

24/08/23

More success. Congratulations Year 11 pic.twitter.com/uqMCktFChP

24/08/23

Mr Vincent congratulating another grade 9 pic.twitter.com/xMt8q737i2

24/08/23

Renzo sharing his success with the press. Well done Renzo, we are all very proud of you. pic.twitter.com/hxH5FLrRTm

Opportunities Post Sixth Form

Students can access further information and resources via the Sixth Form folder on the Pupil Drive.

Guidance on completing your application will be provided during assemblies, tutorials and PSE lessons.

 

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Click here to search for Apprenticeship opportunities. 

 

 

Medical University Interviews

December through to March is when most universities will be conducting interviews for medical school applicants. To help with your interview preparations we have listed over 100 interview questions and some helpful tips on how to approach the interviews.

medical school interviews

Caterham High School will also hold a one day workshop for aspiring applicants.  Please see Mr Casey for further information.

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships combine practical training in a job with study.

As an apprentice you will:-

  • Work alongside experienced staff
  • Gain job-specific skills
  • Earn a wage and get holiday pay
  • Study towards a related qualification (usually one day a week)

Apprenticeships take 1 to 4 years to complete depending on their level.

Levels of Apprenticeship 

  • An apprenticeship has an equivalent education level and can be:
  • Intermediate- equivalent to 5 GCSE passes
  • Advanced – equivalent to 2 A level passes
  • Higher – can lead to NVQ level 4 and above, or a foundation degree

Who Can Apply

You can apply for an apprenticeship while you are still at school. To start one, you will need to be:-

  • 16 or over
  • Living in England
  • Not in full time education

How to Apply

There are 3 steps to applying for an apprenticeship.

1. Search for an apprenticeship.

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2. Sign in or create an account

3. Complete and submit your application

The National Careers Service has advice on writing applications and what to do at interviews.

national careers service

UCAS Apprenticeships:

ucas apprenticeships