The Careers Curriculum at Queensmead House School inspires and supports visits to local schools, colleges, and training providers. Year 11 pupils recently visited these and were able to explore different avenues available to them on completion of their GCSE’s. The first visit was to Berkshire College of Agricul
The first visit was to Berkshire College of Agriculture chosen by pupils who have a keen interest in animal management. The college has a small zoo that houses over 100 different species of animals - the racoons and otters quickly became the all-time favourites with the budding zoologists.
After visiting the animals, pupils headed off to see the rest of the campus which gave them opportunities to explore a variety of courses such as BCA in Motor Vehicle Studies, Sport and Business Studies.
On a separate occasion, pupils were given the opportunity to visit Pulse Premier Football Academy in Camberley where they were able to discuss the full-time 2-year course available in Sport.
Both visits were aspirational for pupils, giving them great insight into what is available to them in the future, and highlighting the benefits to further education.
Watch this space for more news about their futures! Well done.