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Careers Programme


Anne-Marie Cripps, Key Stage 5 Vocational Lead, leads our careers programme here at Springboard Project. You can contact Anne-Marie by email to:


or on telephone number:

0161 883 3250

for further details regarding the careers guidance available.

Our Careers Policy is available to view here and sets out in detail the support we provide to our young people and how we measure and assess the impact of the careers programme.

Paper copies of our Careers Policy can be supplied to families free of charge on request and Anne-Marie is always happy to discuss any aspect of the programme and how best we can support your young person – please feel free to contact her for more information or speak to your pastoral lead.


Provider Access Statement

We ensure a range of opportunities for our pupils to access a wide variety of events and work experience placements. These are integrated into our careers programme and curriculum throughout Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5.


During Key Stage 4 (Preparing for Working Life Pathway) students will have the opportunity to start to think about their career pathway post-16, understand the importance of success for post-16 choices, know more about where they can go to find useful information. All students will cover the following key areas: post 16 options, what employers are looking for and the different types of employment on offer.

During Key Stage 5 (Experiencing Working Life Pathway) students will be given extensive Work Experience opportunities which will allow them to explore the World of Work in a supported environment. Students will be guided with their chosen career pathways, relevant qualifications and work experience to support them with this journey.

In conjunction with our extensive work experience programme, students will be given more information about what their post-16 options are

• identify where they are with their plans

• identify their skills, attributes and interests

• review changes in the world of work and the impact upon you

• understand money: how to make it and how to manage it

• applications and covering letters

• creating a curriculum vitae (CV)

• interview preparation

Students will have a one-to-one or small group careers discussions with Positive Steps, our external careers adviser.

External providers/Employers interested in working with school should contact Anne-Marie Cripps via email to





Springboard Project
Axa House
2 Medtia Square
Phoenix Street

Phone & Email

0161 883 3250