Careers / Futures

Mrs Sinclair, Futures Leader (Level 6 Qualification in Careers Leadership)
Email at vsi@ifieldcc.co.uk or call 01293 420500.

Ms Cole, Futures Adviser
Email lco@ifieldcc.co.uk.

ICC Futures Fair

Back for the third year running!

Would you be able to inspire the next generation? Are you willing to speak to current secondary school and Sixth Form students to answer their questions about the world of work? Do you wish you had support in choosing your career pathway when you were at school?

The Ifield Community College FUTURES FAIR might be the place to come for an opportunity for you to meet and inspire the next generation!

We are looking for employers, businesses and education providers in the Sussex area who would be willing to exhibit at our school. Help our students to learn more about the world of work and the kinds of careers they wish to pursue in their future beyond the classroom!

Taking place on Wednesday 23rd October 2024, 9am to 3pm (set up available from 8.30am, refreshments and light lunch provided), Ifield Community College, Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 0DB

If you would be interested in supporting ambitious students from the local area, please contact Victoria Sinclair, ICC Futures Leader, at vsi@ifieldcc.co.uk

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As always, if you have any questions, concerns, or would like to speak to me in more detail, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Mrs V Sinclair, Futures Leader

ICC Compass

“All ICC students are entitled to impartial careers education, information and guidance which will enable them to develop the knowledge and skills they need to make successful choices, manage transitions in learning and move into further education and work.” (Options and Pathway Coordinator at ICC)

“Effective careers education and guidance support pupils to continue in education or training on leaving the school. The guidance is highly valued by pupils and they appreciate the careers advice provided for Years 8 and 11 on days which have a dedicated PSHE focus. As a result, pupils are aware of the wide range of career opportunities available to them. Visits to local universities are helping to raise the aspirations of pupils from Year 7 onwards. As a consequence of the school’s effective support and guidance, the vast majority of pupils leave school to pursue education, employment or training opportunities.” (Ofsted, 2018)