• Urban Synergy Careers Evening Sept 2017

Work Related Learning

"I remember the teachers from school who helped me, and some of the key work experiences which helped me build a CV and progress later on. Addey & Stanhope is an exceptional school, encouraging students to experience the world of work and helping students make positive choices for their future. At JCP, we want to help students make these choices informed by experiences of work, with increasing confidence - and we believe every student should have the chance to try different employment sectors and enjoy positive work experiences as they plan their future. I was privileged to meet the students at Addey & Stanhope school; bright, creative, engaged, and getting ready for their exciting futures. We hope to help them make progress in partnership." 

John-Paul Marks - Universal Credit Operations Director  | Department for Work and Pensions

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Careers Leader, Careers Programme and Monitoring and Evaluation Details

Career Mondays

The Addey and Stanhope Careers, Work-Related Learning and Pathways team, in partnership with The Careers and Enterprise Company and Mayor of London’s Office, are re-launching the work-related learning and pathways programme.

The programme will take place at Addey and Stanhope School on term-time Mondays from 3:15pm – 4:30pm. The programme will be hosted in The Future’s Room, 077.  For more information from Mr Armstrong, click here.

Careers Briefing

Work experience; careers advice; post-16 education; enrichment opportunites; university and 6th form taster days... there are a wealth of opportunities available to Addey's students.  Click here for the most recent briefing.

Post 16 Destinations Advice for Year 11 Students

At the end of the last academic year, students were provided with a post-16 options booklet.  You can download this here.

On Thursday 17th October 2019, in partnership with Deptford Green, we will be hosting a post-16 destinations evening. This event will be hosted at Deptford Green and will run from 5pm – 7pm. Multiple providers will attend this event including sixth form providers, further education colleges, apprenticeship/traineeship providers, university technical colleges and T-Level providers.

Parents/carers are strongly encouraged to attend this event with their child. It will provide both students and parents/carers with the opportunity to talk to providers about the most appropriate post-16 destination.

Post 16 Careers Advice for Year 10 Students

Click here for a useful resource explaining the post-16 process for both students and parents/carers

Career Mondays at Addeys

The Addey & Stanhope Work Related Learning and Pathways Team work in partnership with The Careers and Enterprise Company and Team London, the Mayor of London's volunteering team.  Please keep your eye on this page for details of this year's programme of Career Mondays.  For more information please click here for a letter from the Careers and Pathways Lead.


Addey and Stanhope School use an exciting education resource called Start that helps students explore their future career and education options.  For more details and how to register, click here.

Amazing Apprenticeships

There are some fantastic opportunities out there for students wishing to go on to an apprenticeship after school.  Parents and carers, download the latest parent pack here:


You can find out lots more information on the Amazing Apprenticeships website here.

Careers advice and resources in the school library

The following is a great online resource for parents/carers trying to get their head around the minefield of careers out there!


The library at Addey & Stanhope also stocks resources available for students to consult and borrow, including careers and apprenticeship guides and directories, sixth-form, college and university prospectuses and a selection of careers books donated by How2Become.

Please get in touch

Please feel free to get in touch with Mr Armstrong, Careers Leader, at the school for further information, advice or guidance in regards to careers, pathways and destinations.  Parents and carers can contact him at JArmstrong@as.lewisham.sch.uk

Useful links:

For a list of useful careers and pathways resources click here.

National Careers Service

This is a free service which provides independent and impartial careers, pathways and destinations advice to parents, carers and students.  Find out more here.  

LMI for All - Careerometer

LMI for All is an online data portal which informs career decisions.  Click to pick a job and get key information on salary and projected workforce data.