Redden Court provides access for students to impartial and independent information about the range of education and training options that will help them achieve their ambitions. We, as a school, provide information and guidance in a variety of subjects and skills to allow our students to reach a career that suits them best.

Key Stage 4

Career advice/interviews for 16+ transition

Employer talks


Work experience

Careers fair

Careers trip

Jobs explorer database

Resourced careers library

Sixth form taster days

Visiting speakers from local sixth forms

Video of the week

My Student Events have some great Law, Medicine, Music and Science events as well as recently released taster days at King’s College and Birmingham University. Our ever popular MSE Buzz section has some fantastic new quizzes, lists and polls plus new videos on University interviews and Personal Statements - just click the image below for further information.

Key Stage 3

Assemblies/employer talks

Careers club

Careers at form time

Career trips in subject areas

Careers fair

Jobs - explorer database

Resourced careers library

Career visitors from work placements

Careers Fair

Moving on at 16+

As a school we do not have a sixth form and therefore students move onto college or another school at the end of Year 11. Students have a priority for placements at Havering College of Further & Higher Education and Havering Sixth Form College but can also apply to other colleges or schools in the area.

Havering Sixth Form College

Havering College

Sacred Heart Mary Girl's School

Campion School

Coopers Company & Coborn

Drapers Academy

Writtle College

Redbridge College

Palmers College

Careers Assembly

Possible Careers in Subject Areas:

Art - Architect

Drama - Arts Administrator

Technology - Computer Support Specialist

English - Lexicographer

Humanities - Genealogist

Modern Languages - Secondary School Teacher

Physical Education - Sports Coach

Computer Science - Gamer

Mathematics - Acturiest

Science - Environmental Engineer

Student Development - Career Advisor

Job of the Week: Journalism

Newspaper journalists research and write stories for national, regional and local press. They report on news and politics, as well as on sports, arts and culture, science and business. They also cover national and local events, entertainment and human interest stories.

What do you need to be a Journalist?

This area of work is open to graduates of any discipline but an undergraduate degree in journalism, English or writing may improve your chances. However, some editors may be more interested in graduates with a specialist degree subject, such as economics or science.