We are pleased to share with you The Telford Priory School Careers Programme.

Our Careers Programme is for all years from 7-11. We aim to provide a robust programme ensuring all students make informed decisions about a range of options for their future. It is important that our careers programme helps raise the aspirations our young people have in regards to employment and access to Further and Higher Education (FE/HE) and ensure all students have the opportunity to reach their full potential, and become the best versions of themselves they can be.

Our strong links with FE/HE, businesses and employers enables the careers programme to support students in learning about and understanding of the labour market, linking curriculum learning to careers and helps to make sense of the World of Work and different pathways and progression routes.

We also understand as a school it is important for parents to see why we are doing what we are for the students in regard to careers. We want the students to understand the full range of opportunities to them from the school but also from the area they live in, therefore we believe it is important to teach students about labour market information to allow them to fully understand the guidance they are getting linked to their future. For more information on the Labour market in Telford please follow-

If you would like to see the careers policy or the careers programme for 2020 - 2021 then please email Miss Thomas.

If you are an employer, business, training provider, college, universities or other organisation who like to support our students in their career progression, please click on the PDF to see the Provider Access Statement and then email to express your interest.

For our Work Experience information please see the Work Experience page here.

Date of Review: July 2020

Key Contacts for Careers at The Telford Priory School:

Claire Thomas (Careers Lead) - cts
Suky Kaur-Banford (Post 16 Careers Advisor) - skb
Emma Hayes (Aspire to Higher Engagement Officer - Wolverhampton University) - ehs2
Mike Davis (Governor - Careers) mdavis

Please look at the links below for more information in the following areas:


Apprenticeship Guide by sector:

Government Guidelines to Apprenticeships:

Further Education:

Telford College:

Shrewsbury College:

Stafford College:

Higher Education:

UCAS Course Search:

Advice and guidance on universities:

Parents: Guidance on how to support your child with their career choices: