As we begin to consider the next steps in your education and training, especially in these unusual circumstances, we need to focus on the positives and see this as a good opportunity to prepare for your chosen course or career. Take control of your time and your future:
- Use the website of your chosen college or Sixth Form to find out about the courses you have applied for. Look for reading lists or work that you can complete to get ready for the next stage of your journey in September.
- Access free online employability courses, links in the document attached, that you could add to your CV under 'Courses completed during CV Lockdown' and really impress future employers. These courses will
- Boost your employability and give you great updates for your CV.
- Help you improve your study skills in time for college.
- Support students applying for an apprenticeship for this September.
- Use the help and advice available on the Careers Sharepoint page, the Careers area of the Pembroke website, or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you cannot find the answer to your question there.
26th May 2020:
As this week is half term, we will not be setting any new home learning activities and instead encourage you to do something new. The links below will provide ideas including arts and crafts, farming, debating and university masterclasses. Don't forget to check out the Challenges and Competitions and Online Learning pages for even more ideas.
At The Brilliant Club, we believe everyone should have the chance to go to university. Our resources are created by academic experts to introduce you to university, to university style-learning and some of the academic subjects that you could study at university. You can email photos and videos to your form tutor or Head of Year and with your permission, we will share these on the Pembroke social media pages.
Each week we create resources for young people to debate and discuss a topical issue. At the end of the debate, they vote and leave comments; we then share these views with those who need to know. Raising the profile and impact of pupil voice, we are the go-to place to learn about what young people think. You can debate the issues with your form using the new discussion areas in the SMSC area of Sharepoint.
There is no right or wrong answer with our activities and we encourage students to discover how simple materials from around the home, such as a fork, tinfoil, papers or some coffee, and much more can be used to create amazing artworks.
‘Cook With Jack’ was created to help families create affordable, tasty and healthy ‘home-school lunches’ so kids learn valuable cooking skills and have fun along the way.
Join the weekly collective worship sessions, led by Church of England’s schools and in partnership with those of other faith traditions. Suitable for those of all faiths and none.
At Jamie’s Farm, we help young people to live happy and healthy lives when they stay and work alongside us. On the back of this experience, they learn how positive and capable they can be; lessons they take with them to their lives back at home.
As Scouts, we give almost half a million young people - of all genders, races and backgrounds - the skills they need for life. We help them speak up, play their part and find their place in the world. By helping more young people gain these skills, we’re inspiring generations, building stronger communities and contributing to a stronger society.