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GCSE results 2018: The proportion of students who achieved both English and Maths at grade 9-4 is a truly impressive 79%!GCSE results 2018: 30% of grades achieved were the top 9-7 grades!OUTSTANDING: Personal development, behaviour and welfare (Ofsted, 2017)“Governors and staff promote positive relationships combined with high aspirations for themselves and pupils” (Ofsted, 2017)"The behaviour of pupils is outstanding" (Ofsted, 2017)GCSE results 2018: English, 90% / Maths 82% achieved a grade of 9-4OUTSTANDING: Effectiveness of leadership and management (Ofsted, 2017)..the school's culture of respect for all and positive relationships, summarised succinctly in "do your best and be nice" (Ofsted, 2017)

Careers information

Things move fast in the world we now live in. The old certainty of entering a career and staying there for life has long gone. 

At Warden Park Secondary Academy, we are fully committed to doing all that we can to ensure that our pupils are fully aware and understand all the possibilities open to them in every sector of employment and the huge variety of careers on offer to them. 

To do this we need your support. As parents and carers you could help to provide an enormous resource for our pupils because you are employed in a vast array of occupations across all sectors.

If you are passionate about your profession and would like to help our pupils understand that any career option is open to them, there are a number of ways you can help us.

You could:-

  • Offer to help out with the interview techniques event which helps prepare Year 11 students for college and work interviews, held in October.
  • Offer to take a Year 10 pupil for a week’s work experience during June.
  • Volunteer to speak to groups of pupils about your area of work, what the job involves, what they could achieve and entry routes into that career.

If you would like to help please contact Mr Atwell  ratwell1@wardenpark.co.uk.

Careers contacts:

Careers Leader – Mr Atwell  ratwell1@wardenpark.co.uk

Director of Student Futures – Mrs Targett  stargett2@wardenpark.co.uk 

Director of Learning about Life – Mrs Moore  hmoore7@wardenpark.co.uk

Useful Websites


An excellent website, including an online version of Careers World magazine. Includes information and vacancies specific to our Region.


This is your access to National Careers Service – the government’s careers service offering information on careers options, CV writing, courses and training schemes and more. Or call the 7 day helpline on 0800 100900. Especially useful for region specific job market information. Contains hard data on where the vacancies are likely to be in the future in the South East.


Information on choices at 14+ 16+and 18+. Links school subjects to careers and provides access to 1000 films of personal career stories. Try the BUZZ personality test.


Moving On is a magazine devoted to informing young people and their parents about making the right choices for their future education, qualifications and work.


A-Z of careers information and careers leading from different subject areas


A ‘youtube’ for careers. Lots of film clips on a wide range of jobs.

Click here for our Post 16 Opportunities Evening Booklet, 2018

Click here for our Work Experience Preparation Booklet, 2018

Click here for our Careers Programme 2018/19

Click here for our latest Provider Access Policy