Welcome to the Crestwood Careers Portal where you will find useful careers information for students, parents, teachers, and employers. If you want to see more information about the careers curriculum and policy, click here to go straight to the Careers and Raising Aspirations curriculum page.
Please also click here to see the latest career-related opportunities available to you.
From year 9, you will be making important decisions that will impact your time in school and beyond. For example, you will have to choose what subjects to take for your options at GCSE and what you want to do after leaving school in year 11. To help you to make the best decision for you, it's important to explore the wide range of study and career options that are available to you.
To help you to make these important decisions and explore all of the options that are available to you, please see the information and useful links below.
Useful resources to help you to make your choices:
Useful websites to help you to make your choices:
As a parent or carer, it is useful to know what career pathways are out there so that you can support your child when making their important decisions.
To help you to gain an insight into the wide range of career pathways available to your child, please see the useful information, resources and websites above in the student section. Please also see the My Choices parents/ carers guide below. This guide will provide you with all of the information that you need to support your child when making their career related choices.
To download the My Choices
Parent and Carer guide
Teachers at Crestwood link classroom learning to careers by making links to related professions and using work-related examples within their lessons.
Teachers also make links to career-related skills by highlighting and developing soft skills and employability skills in school.
If you are a teacher at Crestwood, please click here for more information on how you can embed careers into the curriculum.
If you are an employer/ employee from any profession and you would like to support our students in developing their employability skills and knowledge of careers pathways then lease contact the careers lead, Miss Dredge by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org .
You can do this by offering work experience placements or volunteering to do a talk/ write a testimony for students. This could be done by attending one of our careers breakfasts sessions. See more information about this here.
For our full provider access policy, click here.
Careers, further and higher education opportunities:
Please visit the Black Country Virtual Careers Expo for the latest information on careers, further and higher education in the black country area! You can attend the virtual careers fair by clicking here.