Careers Programme

  • Sam Whitehead, Careers Lead and Partnership & Progression Coordinator
  • Madhu Kapani – Careers Administrator


All students at Morpeth will receive an ambitious and aspirational careers education, and leave school equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to make informed and open-minded decisions about the paths they take now and in the future.

We offer students a wide range of learning opportunities and experiences to support their careers education, working closely with a broad spectrum of employers and specialists to deliver our careers programme both in and outside of school.

The school’s careers programme delivers careers guidance for pupils from Year 7 to Year 13 in accordance with section 42A of the Education Act 1997 and the Gatsby benchmarks.

Careers Bulletin

Updated weekly:

5th - 11th February 2024 was National Apprenticeship Week!

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Running from 5th to 11th February 2024, the week-long event brings together businesses and apprentices across the country, shining a light on the positive impact apprenticeships make to individuals, businesses and the wider economy.

Click here for more information

See our special National Apprenticeship Week Careers Bulletin here.


Careers Fairs

Our Careers Fair 2024 was a huge success and it was great to see so many of our students explore future training opportunities and career paths. Watch the video here:

Our Careers Lead, Sam Whitehead, thanks all of the contributors who came to support our students and showcase the wide range of career pathways available.

This event was a great opportunity to raise aspirations and break down the stereotypes surrounding some careers. Students had the chance to ask lots of questions and learn something new, discovering careers which they hadn’t considered before.


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We have access to a wide range of materials to support key transitional stages of a young person’s journey. We recommend that students regularly check the following websites for further information about careers:

For Pupils:

For Parents/Carers

We recognise the important role of families when it comes to helping students navigate careers choice and are keen to provide access to careers newsletters, events, labour market information and careers plans. We recommend that families regularly check the following websites for information about the local labour market and post-16 / post-18 careers choices:

For Employers/Businesses

  • If you are a local employer or business looking to access careers support for the school, please contact our Careers Lead, Sam Whitehead on, Telephone 0208 981 0921.

View our Provider Access Policy Statement here.

We recommend that employers take a look at the Employer Standards on the Careers and Enterprise Company webpage:

Teachers also have access to careers resources, labour market information and the school’s careers plan, to support them in their work with pupils.

Click on the following link to view our Careers guidance and advice policy: