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All students at Warlingham School & Sixth Form College are entitled to access a full careers learning and education programme. This is set out on the Careers Related Learning Map and goes from Year 7 to Year 13.

This includes activities including trips and visits, outside speakers, Inspire sessions, personal careers guidance, workshops at key transition points and learning careers through the curriculum. Furthermore, all students in school have access to the platform Unifrog.


The Unifrog online program helps students to explore the many different career opportunities available to them. All students in the school can use this platform. This can be accessed both at school and at home. If you have not previously logged in, you can log in initially using the code sent to your school email.  All students need to complete the Personality Profile, and the Interests Profile. Once students have done this they can use the research tools for the Subject Library and Careers Library, access a wealth of webinars and podcasts as well as create a log of all careers encounters. If you are having difficulty, please contact Mrs Langley on

Employability Skills

In school, we focus on developing our students' key employability skills. We have identified the following 7 main skills: Problem-solving, Communication, Negotiation, Leadership, Perseverance, Teamwork and Organisation. Where students are developing these skills in lessons, they will see the logos displayed. These logos look like this:

Employability Skills Logo Main School        Employability Skills Logo College

Main School   College               

Careers Padlet 

The following Padlet contains links to a number of opportunities for students to consider after Warlingham Sixth Form College including university, apprenticeships and the world of work. It’s updated regularly so please do check it carefully to support students with making their next steps.

Useful Sources of Information

There is a huge amount of information online to support careers awareness and making the right choices. The following are some particularly useful website links:

LMI for All Quizes 
Click here to complete the Careerometer careers quiz 
Click here to complete the Skillsometer careers skills quiz 

Careers Magazine
This website has free magazines for parents and school students/leavers published regularly that make for interesting reading.

Success at School
Success at School is the place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice.

I Could
Real stories to inspire your career. Career videos, job information and ideas for your future.

Take the Buzz Quiz  
There are 16 possible results, each connected to an animal. Which animal are you? The Buzz personality profile was developed by icould.

National Careers Service     
Hundreds of job profiles and career related topics.

Careers Box
Careers box is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.

Information for students and parents on the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. 

Not Going To Uni
The UK's leading website for school and college leavers. Lots of information about training courses.  Advice for students about apprenticeships, jobs and training.  Details of employees offering apprenticeships and training. Students can register to receive weekly updates.

The main website that advertises all apprenticeship opportunities. These can be searched by geographical region or by employment sector. Students can register to receive weekly updates.

Guiding millions of students to make the right choice. Match your skills and personality to 400+ job profiles.

Career Companion
Independent and impartial gateway to careers information on the Internet. A comprehensive database describing a range of careers and required qualifications.

Step into the NHS / NHS Careers
Two websites specifically designed for students with details about the jobs available in all areas of the NHS. Case studies of people who work for the NHS. Links to university courses.

Parental Guidance
Careers information advice from the Careers Writers Association with a mass of useful information for students aged 11-21. The website section has detailed links to specific employment sectors.

Helping Your Child begin their Career Journey 2020 ebook  eBook.  
Case studies, information on T-levels, plus guest articles on university, mental health, encouraging young women into engineering and more.

Work Experience 

Please see the Work Experience tab for information on both in person and virtual work experience opportunities.

Careers Guidance Interviews 

If you would like to request a one-to-one careers guidance interview with our independent advisor from Innervate, please contact Mrs Langley on