We want our students to be inspired to contribute to society and to become proactive responsible citizens who pursue careers they are passionate about. To deliver this Great Sankey is part of the Warrington and Cheshire Pledge Partnership which enables businesses to work together with schools to provide every young person with everything they need to succeed in the world of work. Students develop their employability skills, the personal qualities needed to be successful in adult life and have opportunities to consider a broad and ambitious range of careers. 

Our careers curriculum is built around the Gatsby Benchmark Framework and provides students at different stages in school with relevant educational opportunities, information, advice and guidance to help them make informed choices. 

Please find our careers policy here 

Careers Advisors 

Dr Hale, (Assistant Headteacher) is in charge of the careers and aspirations programme at school and she will ensure you have access to a wealth of information about careers and opportunities during your time at 91探花. If you have any queries about careers please email her at S.Hale@gshs.omegamat.co.uk 

Our independent careers advisor is Stacey Lowe and she works in school Tuesday – Thursday and will give information, advice and guidance to students on a 1:1 basis or in a small group setting. If you are in year 9-11 and would like a careers appointment, please email S.Lowe@gshs.omegamat.co.uk


At each key stage, students have access to unifrog – a complete destinations platform - which helps them plan for their next destination by comparing every available opportunity both post-16 and post-18, and to log their interactions with employers, FE, HE and apprenticeship providers. A short video on unifrog can be found here:  


There are many options to consider when you look ahead to post-16 choices. For a short summary of the different types of courses see the video here.  

Career development framework resource -  

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We offer our students a wealth of opportunities to learn about post-16 options and future career pathways. We aim to build strong links with local employers to support this. Our y10 and y12 pupils complete a week of work experience and give them a great opportunity to learn about different jobs and the world of work. If you would like to come and speak to our students about your career pathway or are able to take some of our students on work experience for the first time please email our careers advisor Stacey Lowe – S.Lowe@gshs.omegamat.co.uk

Our Provider Access Policy can be found here 

There are lots of useful websites you can use to support your child with their career development. 

Warrington LiFE 

Warrington LiFE (part of Warrington Borough Council) is a careers information, advice and guidance service offering practical support in looking for work as well as information and advice on education, employment and training. We work with 16-19 year olds (up-to 25 with an EHCP) who are not in any form of education, employment or training and we are Matrix accredited.

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