Woodham Academy students are benefitting from top class careers information, advice and guidance.
The school is able to offer an array of opportunities to help students when choosing a post-16 pathway personal to them.
Events include college visits, mock interviews, a Careers Fayre and work-related qualifications.
The school works closely with local post-16 providers and the Durham Education Business Partnership to provide this high quality service.
“Promoting lifelong learning is a key part of our careers education, information, advice and guidance programme,” said assistant head teacher Mrs McGinnety.
“It ensures that our students have the best opportunities for success in their future.”
Woodham says only 0.9% of students who left Woodham in 2021 are currently not in education, employment or training (NEET), compared to the 2.9% county average.