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                              Year 13 Careers

Careers notices  are updated regularly and can be downloaded using the link below.   Scholarships will be attached in the resource section. We welcome all year 13 students to the careers room for any help or information regarding their career.


Timeline of Events (click on this link)

Survey for LYFE (Live Your Future Experience):    
This is a social enterprise business  is to assist students make informed decisions before choosing a university course or career pathway.

Please complete the survey using the link here


givMe: (click on this link) is a scholarship funding information service that is now available to all Baradene students. Use the link to get a list of  scholarships, awards and grants that matches your individual needs and choices.  givMe holds details of over 2,200 funding schemes to assist to cover the costs of university, technical institutes and schooling.

We recommend you spend time using givMe to see what scholarship funding is available to assist you in your intended study.

This link is available on the ultranet only at school. 

PILOT (Pacific Island Leaders of Tomorrow) Programme :    

PILOT aims to foster and develop the successful participation of Pacific Island students in education and career pathways.
The programme will be in two parts, day and evening. Students will attend the day session on from 9.15am - 2.45pm. The second part will be held in the evening for parents and family members from 6.15 - 8.30pm. Dinner will be provided.  
Since this is a leadership programme students will be selected on the basis of their school attendance, behaviour and demonstrated leadership qualities. Please note only 10 places are available.
For more information please contact Mrs Merriman, Year 13 Dean or Ms Lorimer or Mrs Brittain, Careers Advisors.                                                                                

 The Funding Information Service