On the 11th March, Arnold Hill held its first Apprenticeship Fair in support of National Apprenticeship Week. The fair was the first of its kind at the academy and was held in our 6th Form Centre.
A variety of different organisations including Gedling Borough Council, Boots, Experian, Nottingham Forest in the Community, The Army and many more, came along to promote the apprenticeships they have available to students currently in years 11 to 13.
Our pupils really enjoyed the event, and many left feeling focused and motivated by the event, and the information they gained from the employers. Our students were a credit to the school; they left a positive impression on many of the employers on the day who said they were looking forward to working with Arnold Hill pupils in the future.
Miss Wilson, the Academy's Careers, Information, Advice and Guidance (CIAG) Co-ordinator said "It was great to see our pupils engaging with employers, and finding out as much information as they possibly could about the opportunities available to them once they have left school".