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‘What is it like to work in Intelligence in the Cabinet Office?’ Find out more about our Careers Talks

Our Careers and Higher Education Department work tirelessly to support our students on their journeys – incredibly varied, always interesting - beyond King’s High.  Alongside advice on university, apprenticeships, gap years, and work experience, the regular ‘Futures Bulletin’ mailing is packed with so much useful news and information on the world of work, former pupils (and even parents!) find it a helpful careers resource. 

One highlight is the lunchtime Careers Talks series, organised by our dynamic ‘Futures’ team, Caroline Gilbert and Susan Ostrander.  Our Autumn series continues with: 

From Scientist to Singer: Mr Athavale and his intriguing journey. Wednesday 10th November 1.05 – 1.35  

InvestIN: how to find and make the most of work experience. Monday 15th November 1.05 – 1.35  

What is it like to work in Intelligence in the Cabinet Office? Thursday 18th November 1.05 – 1.45  

Senior Engineer with BAE  - hear from Naomi Puffrey, a senior Engineer with BAE working on the Nuclear Fleet. Thursday 25th November 1.05 – 1.40pm  

Business, Economics and Sustainable Career Pathways – hear from Oyinkansola Adebayo,  Development Economist & CEO of Niyo Enterprise. Wednesday 1st December 1.15 - 1.45 

A further resource -  for parents -  is our vibrant networking platform, Warwick Foundation Connect. This was launched with the aim of connecting parents of current and former pupils, alumni, staff and friends across our family of Foundation schools, to provide opportunities to network and support one another, and offer Mentoring to former pupils. You can find more information at Warwick Foundation Connect