Hollyfield is committed to providing high quality careers education, information, advice and guidance to all of its students. To see The Hollyfield School's Careers Policy and Careers programme please click here here.

Hollyfield Sixth Form has a planned careers programme for students and covers a wide range of activities. The Sixth Form team work hard to support students with their post 18 options and help with applications to University and Apprenticeships.

The Careers team are based in the Library Monday - Thursday. Students can go to see the careers team for information, guidance, and guidance around their post 18 options and careers choices. If you need any support you can email Mr. Poole the Careers Coordinator: or Miss Corrighan, our Careers Adviser:

We welcome volunteers from business or industry to come and share their knowledge and experience of the world of work with students, either by taking part in careers networking events; talks or mock interviews. Also if you are a local provider of Technical, Further Education or apprenticeships and wish to contact students in the school regarding future opportunities please contact Mr.Poole the Careers Coordinator. See link to Access policy.

One to one careers guidance interviews take place with the careers team to personalise the support you receive and you can make an appointment with the careers team by speaking to them directly or asking your form tutor or head of year.

Year 13 Destinations

Careers policy

Provider Access Policy

Work Experience policy

Careers programme

Information on different careers' platforms:

Careers research links

Students are encouraged to use a range of online resources to explore their career options:

National Careers Service

Offers impartial careers advice and guidance to help students make decisions about learning, training and work opportunities. Advisers are available from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Bank Holidays. Telephone 0800 100 900.

Start Profile 

Start is an online careers platform, designed to connect 11-18 year olds with their future careers potential.


This has a wealth of careers information including apprenticeships, university courses, CV templates and a personality quiz.


This is a useful careers platform to help students research and explore further information.

Young People

Information for Kingston and Richmond students about local learning, training, working and volunteering opportunities. 


Apprenticeships are available for young people at different levels. Intermediate, Advanced, Higher and Degree apprenticeships.

Amazing Apprenticeships


Find an apprenticeship - GOV.UK


Some useful links to start researching university options.


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