Careers Programme

Confident Ambitious Respectful Engaged

At Caedmon, we offer a Careers Programme to our pupils. A wide variety of visitors volunteer their time to inspire our pupils and we are also signed up for various career workshops and events. Each visitor speaks to the pupils about their background, experiences and an insight to their job/career. Pupils are then given the opportunity to ask questions. We recently won a category in Redcar and Cleveland Business Awards for our ‘Teatime Treats’ business. The children won the category for making the biggest profit from their businesses!

Please click here to see our careers programme for 2021-2022.

Please click here to see our careers programme for 2022-2023.

Please click here to see our careers programme for 2023-2024.

Please click here to see information on our Skills Builder programme

Careers Lead: Mrs V. Hobson

Year 4 Business Project – winners of the ‘most profit award’ for Redcar and Cleveland schools.

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