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Careers Room Gets a Promotion!

The Careers Room has moved to a bright and breezy new office this term and has been updated with a witty bespoke mural and colourful soft furnishings.

The department, which is now situated next door to the Sixth Form Library, was a bustling hive of activity at the official opening. We were delighted to welcome David King, chair of the Governors (seen here with Head Mistress Heather Hanbury and Mrs Hampstead) as well as a steady stream of pupils from across the Senior School.

Nicky Hampstead, Head of Higher Education and Careers, was determined to put the buzzing new office firmly on the LEH map.  She said: “The Careers Room is no longer down the far end of a dark corridor waiting to be found.  Now it’s right at the heart of the school and has its own identity. I hope it will encourage more pupils thinking about their next steps to come and visit us, to ask questions, use our resources and really make the most of our lunchtime drop-in sessions.”

Congratulations are due to Ella Mae Penn in U4 who correctly guessed the most members of the Careers Team in our When I Grow Up…. competition, which featured photos of Mr Tompsett, Mr Brittain and other members of staff when they were children, along with what they wanted to be when they were older. 

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