Head of Careers Welcome
Our Careers advice and guidance provides opportunities to develop the skills and acquire the knowledge necessary to make considered and well-informed decisions at key transition points.
Mrs A Stott
We provide a service that develops the necessary career management and employability skills students will need.
We promote the following:
Support, Advice & Guidance in identifying career pathways and learning opportunities in education and employment within Northern Ireland and further afield.
Support, Advice & Guidance in the areas of career planning, effective career decision making and career development.
Self-Awareness & Development
Support, Advice & Guidance in discovering, evaluating and developing the necessary skills to equip them to choose an appropriate career plan.
Our Careers Advice service is extended through Form 4 and Form 5, with pupils carrying our more self-evaluation exercises, reinforced by input from trained careers staff and external speakers from a range of professions, before making their provisional subject choices.
Each year we host a Form 5 Parents' Information Evening which covers the key issues to help with decision making and outlines what 5th year pupils and their parents need to be considering including Sixth Form subject choices, other post-GCSE options and results day. This information evening is a precursor to the Form 5 Subject Choice Interviews which will take place between February and March in the Spring Term.
- Careers in Architecture
- Careers in Art
- Careers in Biology
- Careers in Business
- Careers in Chemistry
- Careers in Construction
- Careers in Creative Industries
- Careers in Engineering
- Careers in Geography
- Careers in Health
- Careers in IT
- Careers in Languages
- Careers in Law
- Careers in Mathematics
- Careers in Physics
- Careers in Sport
- Careers in Veterinary Medicine
- CV Help
In Methody you are given incredible opportunities and experiences that you wouldn't be given anywhere else, and I'm so lucky to be here.
jenna Brush, Middle school pupil