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Worthing High School

Worthing High School

End of spring term 1

Business Links

Worthing High School has built up links with the local and global business world for many years, incorporating many aspects of support for students at the school.

We firmly believe that education is a collaborative process with partnerships across all the community.

Business Partners sign up to a variety of activities in support of the students’ progress.

Year 7 Business Enterprise Day

Teams of students with a Business Partner compete against each other to set up, coordinate, run a business from the start and then present their achievement to a panel of judges to see who has been the most successful.

Year 8 Tenner Challenge

The Tenner Challenge is a national challenge for students aged 11-18. ... It's an interactive programme that helps students to develop key employability skills including creativity, resilience, and problem solving with help and advice from local business partners.

Year 9 Careers Fair

A number of events including-

• Enrichment Days with workshop and presentations from local businesses and employers.

• Pathways Assemblies provided by local colleges, employers and apprenticeship providers

• STEM Workshops with local linked businesses.

Year 10 Big Interview

Every student has the opportunity to face a formal interview by a Business Partner for a mock job which they apply for.


Year 10 Work Experience

The whole year group attend a placement with a local company or business and our Business Partners support is crucial to enable this to happen. A great chance to experience the world of work on a face to face basis or dependent upon restrictions in a virtual way.

Year 10/11 Careers and Post 16 Options Fair

Students and their parents/carers have the chance to chat to local FE providers, Apprenticeship providers and other businesses at Worthing High School.

Year 11 

  • Pathways Assemblies- local employers and apprenticeship provide talks in assemblies  
  • National Careers Weeks (March) – inspiring local speakers in lessons & assemblies. 
  • Careers modules in PSHE throughout the year to all Year 11 students
  • Enrichment Days offering workshops and presentations from apprenticeship providers and    employers

National Careers Week

Students get the opportunity to chat to a Business Partner in their classes/tutor group meetings, helping to embed careers across the curriculum

PSHE Lesson Support

Business Partners take part in Careers related lessons supporting the students with their choices.

Business Partner Mentoring

Business Partners can offer a more intensive mentoring program in support of student progress for targeted students.

Careers and Employability Pathway

Our pathway helps students’ progress and enables them to make informed decisions with the excellent support of a diversified range of Business Partners. The Partners in turn get the chance to be a part of the development of the next generation workforce, to be able to contribute to their local community and to be a part of a close network of like-minded Partners who are also offered the opportunities to promote their field and company.