Careers and Guidance
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance is the responsibility of all staff in school and we take a ‘whole staff’ approach. All form tutors, PHSE teachers, Heads of Dept and Pastoral staff are involved.
Mrs Brough – Vice Principal line managing the Careers Dept
Mrs Carruthers – National Careers Lead for Astrea Academy Trust
Miss Mills – Careers Leader and Registered Careers Adviser
Mrs Lynch- Lead for PHSE
Here at Astrea Academy Dearne, the basis of our Careers and Work Related Learning Policy is that we want students to make well informed and realistic decisions about their choices at school and beyond. Our aim is for students to…
Career Information and Resources for Students, Parents/Carers and Staff
Morrisby is an online careers platform where students can view, record and evaluate aspects of their own personal careers programme as well as extra-curricular activities. Individual action plans are created on Morrisby and a whole host of resources can be accessed about Colleges, Sixth Forms, Apprenticeships, Universities and career information. One to one Career Guidance interviews are also recorded on here. Parents/Carers can also access Morrisby to view their child’s record of learning activity and to view careers resources and information. Staff can also access Morrisby to record activity and to access resources and information. Students and staff have a log in which can be accessed on the following link: https://app.morrisby.com/login/
This download shows the destinations of where the students from the year 2022 progressed to.
Calling all former students of Astrea Dearne (or Dearneside Comprehensive School)! We are building an alumni network for Astrea Dearne. and would really like to get in touch with as many of our former students as possible. We would like to keep up…
Careers Programme with Student Entitlement
We have a comprehensive and varied Careers Programme at Astrea Academy Dearne. Every student is entitled access to this programme. Parents and Carers are also welcomed to join in aspects of the programme in order to support their child’s decision making.