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  • ROLLS ROYCE APPRENTICESHIPS​​​​​​​

    Published 19/05/22

    Rolls Royce are offering a range of apprenticeships within their Defence Submarines business at their facilities in Derby.  Watch this video about their submarines business.  (989) Rolls-Royce | Rolls-Royce Submarines – Our Story - YouTube

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    For over 60 years Rolls-Royce has designed, supplied and supported the nuclear propulsion plant that provides power for all of the UK Royal Navy's nuclear su...

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  • Aviation & Aerospace Work Experience programme

    Published 17/05/22

    Y10 and 11 - Aviation & Aerospace Work Experience programme with the Civil Aviation Authority is now open for students to apply! 

     The CAA regulate aviation and aerospace activity in the UK covering areas as wide ranging as passenger safety, commercial responsibility, space, drones and a whole lot more. 

     If you are keen to grab some CV-boosting work experience and launch a future career, then have a look at Teams for more information and application. 

    Aviation & Aerospace Virtual Work Experience (springpod.com)

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  • the volunteer police

    Published 17/05/22

    Applications for the volunteer police cadet programme is now open. They are accepting applications, from students age 12 and over, until Sunday 29 May 2022. The programme will begin in September 2022 with the school year. 

     

    The programme has been designed to support young people to access further education or employment when they reach 18, whether that be within the police force or elsewhere as well as police work experiences, employability skills that will be invaluable for CVs and personal statements. 

     

    All the information and links to applications have also been sent to students via Teams. 

     

    You will find the Cadet Programme Guide here and you can also find out more on their website: www.leics.police.uk/cadets and apply online here.

    They welcome cadets from any background, social group, gender, ethnicity, ability/disability and whether they have an interest in the police or not. They especially welcome young people who may have previously been in trouble with the police or may feel some disconnection with their peers and community.

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  • SPEEDY SPEAKERS

    Published 26/04/22

    Thank you to our most recent speakers:

    Lis Gibbs - Public Relations and Media Officer for Leicestershire County Council.
    Charlotte Robey Turner - Head of Children and Young People at Leicestershire Cares.

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  • Apprenticeship taster day to work with horses

    Published 15/03/22

    Are you interested in working with horses?  Have a look at the flyer here for an invitation to a free apprenticeship taster day. The taster day will include an opportunity to attend and watch a Stubbing Court Training Masterclass for apprentices and employers with Joe Whitaker - leading international showjumper and senior national champion.

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  • Get into Medical School

    Published 02/03/22

    Get into Medical School: How to ACE the UCAT & BMAT exams? Tickets, Sun 5 Jun 2022 at 19:00 | Eventbrite

    Get into Medical School - join this free online event for students wishing to study medicine at university.  The talk, by i-medics will take place on 5th June 2022 with two UK doctors who will talk about how to pass the UCAT/BMAT Entrance Exam for Medical School.

    It will be an excellent opportunity for students to hear from doctors and understand what is required to score top marks in the UCAT/BMAT Exam.

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  • Leicestershire Cares

    Published 01/03/22

    Leicestershire Cares is a local, award winning, charity that Limehurst Academy have worked with for several years to provide employer and employee encounters.  At the end of February, years 7, 8, and 9 took part in a Speedy Speakers session.  Three Leicestershire Cares business members each spoke for 5 minutes each about their careers and sectors.  The speakers were: Jamie Mollart - creative director at Rock Kitchen Harris, Carolyn Thornley Yates - head of mortgage proposition at Hinkley & Rugby Building Society and Ian Thompson - solicitor at Knights plc. Students were able to put questions to the speakers afterwards and take away some very useful tips such as making the most of mentors and networking, and understanding that it is OK to change careers pathways but always enjoy the process of learning.

     

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  • Parents' and Carers' Pack

    Published 31/01/22

     Parents' and Carers' Pack  
    January's edition of the Parents' & Carers' Pack is now available here, packed full of interesting articles about National Apprenticeship Week 2022, a 10-step apprenticeship plan, T Levels, and an apprentice perspective case study.

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  • Live line-up with the University of Leicester​​​​​​​

    Published 25/01/22

    ​As part of Children's Mental Health Week (7th - 13th February 2022) the University of Leicester will be hosting two live Mental Health Careers Talks for students in Y7 - 11.  You will have the opportunity to find out about the range of exciting careers in the sector including psychiatry and mental health nursing.  The talks will take place on Teams on:

    ·        Tuesday 8th February, 5:15-6pm

    ·        Thursday 10th February, 5:15-6pm

    You can join the live talks here: Live line-up | University of Leicester

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  • Get a taste of what Leicester College has to offer

    Published 14/01/22

    Designed for Year 10 and 11 students, our taster sessions offer the opportunity to try before they apply. In a wide range of our subject areas, these sessions will take place after school hours and will give students the chance to find out if the course they're interested in is suitable for them.

    Taster Sessions will be replacing Discovery Day which normally takes place in June. Additionally, schools will not be able to book multiple students onto this event, students must book themselves as individuals to allow fair chance for people to book their places.

     

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