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Notre Dame High School

Notre Dame
High School

Y7/8 Intro to CEIAG

In your PSHEE lessons you will learn about your unique personality traits and the transferrable skills that you most enjoy using.

You will learn how you can develop your personality traits and transferrable skills in our broad curriculum of subjects.

You can explore our subject pages to research your GCSE preferences, Post-16 courses, university courses and possible career pathways.

What type of personality do I have?
 

To identify how you like to receive and process information, have a go at this 5 mins Buzz quiz and remember what 'animal' you are.  Then follow the links to suggested careers that match your personality.

Buzz Quiz

What are my interests? 

The activities that you enjoy doing are a great way to identify the skills that you prefer using.  There are a set of 12 common transferrable skills that are useful in a wide range of jobs and highly valued by employers.  Follow the presentation below to find out what your favourite transferrable skills are.

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Which are my favourite subjects and why? 

Another good way of identifying a possible career pathway is by focussing on the subjects that you enjoy to study most.  Each subject page on our website can help show the skills and knowledge you can develop and possible careers that require those qualifications. 

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Visit our KS3 Curriculum page 

Want to explore some more?

Find out what a variety of former students did after they left Notre Dame by watching these videos.

We have special pages for career sectors that are particularly popular for our students and are in high demand in our region.

To view our latest Career Newsletter click here.