Letters to students and parents about National Careers Week



To coincide with National Careers Week 2022, Michelle Donelan, Minister of State for Further and Higher Education, is writing to students and parents about the education, training and work choices available to young people after they finish their GCSEs and once they turn 18.

Please share this letter through your school’s communication channels with every student in years 9 – 13, as appropriate, and their parents, carers and guardians this week.

Open the letter to students

Open the letter to parents, carers and guardians

Keeping your child safe online.

Some of our students will be lucky enough to receive new devices, games consoles and phones for Christmas. Many of the rest will have access in one way or another to internet-enabled devices. We all want to ensure that everyone in our school community has a safe Christmas holiday, online and beyond. Please also remember before buying Christmas presents that games, series and films (including on Netflix!) have age ratings linked to their content, not their difficulty (we often forget for games that they are also rated 18 for the same reasons as films – language, sexually explicit material and violence).

You may wish to visit the parentsafe.lgfl.net website where you will find many tips for keeping your child safe online.

Have a safe Christmas

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